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Conversations About Her

Marvel Comics To Debut All-Female ‘Avengers’ Team | Arts

  It has lately been announced that Marvel Comics will be featuring a new Avengers comic book with an all-female cast. The exclusive female character line-up will be one of Marvel Comic’s top properties; and the female Avengers team will go by the name of A-Force. Not only will the book feature some of Marvel’s well-known female heroes, it will[…]

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Poet Nkemjika Chrisien Akudo Okeke Talks ‘Beyond Dialogismos’ With Sunday Trust | Arts

  New and emerging poet Nkemjika Okeke has just had her first collection of poetry published, the book is called Beyond Dialogismos. She is a graduate of English and Literary studies from the University of Nigeria. In a recent interview with the Sunday Trust, Okeke discusses the prominence of social commentary in literature among other things, while also discussing her[…]

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Poetry&Words Offering Poets Chance To Perform At Glastonbury | Arts

  Performing at this year’s Glastonbury festival is open for submissions from spoken word artists, thanks to Poetry&Words. Poetry&Words – the poetry stage – is looking for experienced poets, writers and the like to fill their line up this year. They are also offering a free ticket to those who are successful, along with a small undisclosed performance fee, but[…]

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Arundhathi Subramaniam Wins Khushwant Singh Memorial Prize For Poetry | Arts

  Arundhathi Subramaniam has won the Khushwant Singh Memorial Prize for Poetry with her work titled When God is a Traveller. The achievement was announced at the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival which was attended by over 2,500 fans of poetry. Ms. Subramaniam said about the award, “I am delighted. Particularly given what a muted art poetry is, a prize like[…]

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Abraham Cruzvillegas Lands Turbine Hall Commission At Tate Modern | Arts

  Conceptual Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas is known for making his artwork from found materials. One of his previous projects saw him modify a bicycle, and cycle through Glasgow on it, whilst playing loud music. The Tate Modern itself has housed several individuals’ large scale works in the past, of course one of the most significant sculptural pieces it hosted[…]

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