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Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Centenary Square, Broad Street, B1 2EP Birmingham, United Kingdom
Join us for a special Sunday morning ‘Poetry Brunch’ with poets Romalyn Ante, Sarala Estruch and Aviva Dautch.
Romalyn Ante grew up in the Philippines. She recently joint-won the Manchester Poetry Prize, and was awarded Platinum Award for Poetry by the Creative Future Literary Awards. She was also commended in the Battered Moons Poetry Competition. She is currently a Jerwood/Arvon mentee 17/18. She hopes to publish her debut collection in the near future.
Aviva Dautch teaches at the British Library and Bethlem Museum of the Mind (the original Bedlam). She has an MA in creative and life writing from Goldsmiths and a PhD in poetry from Royal Holloway. Her poems are published in magazines including Agenda, Modern Poetry in Translation, The North, The Rialto and The Poetry Review.
Sarala Estruch is a London-based writer, poet, and emerging critic. She holds degrees in English Literature and Creative Writing from Goldsmiths College and Birkbeck College, University of London. Her poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction and reviews have appeared in Wasafiri, The North, The Jamaica Observer and in anthologies. Sarala’s work has been commended for the Wasafiri New Writing Prize and the PBS National Student Poetry Competition.