DOOM POP POETRY with an apocalyptic edge comes to DINA this Tuesday as we herald the book launch of Suzannah Evans’ debut collection ‘Near Future.’
Described as a darkly humorous journey through sci-fi lullabies and northern mysteries, Suzannah’s work brings a distinctive, skilful and wonderfully peculiar roving eye to our restless and unpredictable times.
As a teenager, Suzannah had an obsessive fear of the apocalypse which has informed and inspired many of her poems, and she still doesn’t know whether it’s best to plan responsibly for the future or party like it’s 1999. Suzannah is the winner of a Gladstone’s Library residency for 2019 with this new collection.
Our doors will open from 7pm for this end-of-the-world party to remember, which features readings from the book and poets Helen Mort and Roy Marshall, and live music as we are graced with the eccentric-pop presence of Tsarzi.
For more information on the night, check out the Facebook event page.
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