Born::Free Fridays
Born::Free Fridays

Born::Free Fridays

Born::Free Fridays is turning one! Come and celebrate with us!

Another super relaxed session of readings & storytelling from your hosts + three featured poets

This month:

Emily Harrison

Emily performs regularly in London & across the UK both as a member of Burn After Reading collective & solo. She’s been published in Popshot, Rising & was one of eight poets to have their work on the theme of London showcased at Boxpark, Shoreditch. She’s currently working on a collection that’ll be released next year with publisher Burning Eye Books.

Amaal Said

We welcome back Amaal who’s a member of Barbican Young Poets & Burn After Reading collectives. Her work explores the idea of home, identity & what war has meant for her family. She’s a 19 year-old Danish-born Somali, currently residing in London.

Keith Jarrett

Commonly mistaken for the jazz pianist, Keith Jarrett balances between performance poet, short fiction writer, aspiring novelist & educator, among other things. He’s currently a PHD scholar at Birkbeck, University of London, & completing his first novel. Keith’s debut collection, I Speak Home (Eyewear, 2015), can be bought here. http://www.eyewearpublishing.com/products-page/pamphlets/i-speak-home/

Open mic ~ come tell us tales, poems & lost stories. Email bornfreejam@gmail.com :: ‘open mic’ in subject box

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    Sep . 25 . 2015

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