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Sean O'Brien, November

Wednesday 30th March 2011 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event

Widely celebrated for his Forward and T S Eliot Prize-winning The Drowned Book, poet, critic, playwright, broadcaster and editor Sean O'Brien reads this evening in the Gallery. A deeply haunting series of elegies and contemplations on loss - lost sleep, lost muses, lost gardens and ghosts - sit beside an invigorating sense of imagination and possibility in this new collection, November. Join us for wine and poetry as we celebrate November in the spring.

 

The Gallery at Foyles
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