kathrine sowerby

Monday, 27 February, 2023 at 1 p.m.

University Memorial Chapel, University of Glasgow, University Avenue, G12 8QQ

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Kathrine Sowerby lives in Glasgow, Scotland. Her poems, stories and translations have been published widely in journals and anthologies and she has taken part in poetry translation projects in Pakistan (Highlight Arts) and Latvia (Latvian Literature). She has an MFA from Glasgow School of Art, an MLitt in Creative Writing from Glasgow University, and received a New Writers Award from the Scottish Book Trust. Her chapbooks include Unnecessarily Emphatic and Tired Blue Mountain (red ceilings press) and Margaret and Sunflower (dancing girl press). In 2017 her collection that bird loved was published by Hesterglock Press and her book of stories The Spit, The Sound and The Nest by Vagabond Voices. Her collection of 62 prose poems, House However, was published in 2018 by Vagabond Voices. In 2022, Tutu, a hybrid collection of writing and drawing, was published by Dostoyevsky Wannabe and (Find Yourself) at Constant Falls, a 108 poem sequence, by Blue Diode Press.

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