with Marion McCready, Afric McGlinchey and Romual Kabor

at Carrs Pub, 1 rue du Mont Thabor, 75001 Paris
Mtros: Tuileries or Concorde

Drinks upstairs at the bar from whenever you like, poetry starts downstairs at 19:30.

Marion McCready lives in Argyll, Scotland. Her poetry pamphlet collection, Vintage Sea, was published by Calder Wood Press (2011). She won a Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award in 2013 and won the Melita Hume Poetry Prize (2013). Her &#fb01;rst full “ length collection, Tree Language, will be published in the Spring 2014 by Eyewear Publishing. Her website can be found here - http://sorlil.wix.com/mmccready and she blogs here - http://sorlily.blogspot.co.uk

Afric McGlincheys dbut collection, The lucky star of hidden things, based partly on her upbringing in Zimbabwe, was published in 2012 by Salmon. Published translations of her work have appeared in Irish, Spanish and Italian. She has been invited to read and give talks at festivals in South Africa, Northern Ireland, Zimbabwe and Italy as well as Ireland. A Pushcart nominee, Afric received the Hennessy Emerging Poetry Award for 2010 and the Northern Liberties Poetry Award for 2012 and was placed and commended in a number of other competitions. Afric lives in West Cork, Ireland. http://www.africmcglinchey.com

Romual Kabor was born in Burkina Faso in 1989 and studied dance at CDC la Termitire in Ouagadougou. Since 2012 he has been a member of La Compagnie Herman Diephuis, performing in Objet principal du voyage. In 2013 be began a collaboration with Oliver Tarpaga and Bernice Lee, called Let Me Be and is working on Encore et corps with Boukson Sr and Sergio Argiolas. He was awarded a Ville de Paris/Institut Franais international residency in 2014 and is presently working on the choreography of his &#fb01;rst piece, Romual sans D.

Next Poets Live reading: May 13. 2014