‘NO MATTER new matter #6’ – Featuring Sharon Kivland
NO MATTER new matter #6
Technically the end of our funded adventure (tho watch this space) (thanks Arts Council England, total babes) this is our sixth of six events with commissioned performances throughout 2019-20! We are super chuffed to have Sharon Kivland ~ who will be performing newly commissioned work for us, get ready ~ alongside performances from Aurelia Guo & NJ Stallard!
Join us for the first most important poetry party of this Gregorian year ~~~ 7.30pm, Weds 5th Feb at The Castle Hotel ~~~ FREE ENTRY save yr monies for the book table ~~~
No Matter presents new matter #6: Kivland, Guo, Stallard
Wednesday 05 February 2020, 7.30PM – 10.30PM
The Castle Hotel, Manchester
Find out more on Facebook. Free entry.
About the performers
Sharon Kivland is an artist and writer. Her work considers what is put at stake by art, politics, and psychoanalysis. She is currently working on the natural form, of course. She has been called a poet, nine times to date, much to her surprise. She is also an editor and publisher, the latter under the imprint Ma Bibliothèque. For No Matter, she continues the revelation of her love affair with the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan, through extracts from the fourth collection of his love letters to her.
NJ Stallard is a writer, editor and poet. Her work has been featured in publications such as Hotel, Ambit, The White Review, Tank and an upcoming anthology of science fiction by Whitechapel Gallery and MIT Press. She was the winner of the Aleph Writing Prize 2018.
Aurelia Guo is a writer and research student based at City, University of London. She is the author of the chapbooks 2016 (After Hours Ltd, 2016) and NYT (Gauss PDF, 2018).
No Matter is an inclusive & queer-friendly, feminist space. The Castle event space is on the ground floor of the building. However, there is a small step to the entrance of the building and there is currently no accessible bathroom. We are keen to work around these obstacles to make our events more accessible to those facing mobility and disability barriers: please do get in touch with us and let us know if there are things that we can do (for example, by reserving seating).
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