An Evening of Poetry with Declan Ryan, Karen Solie, Niall Campbell & Tarn MacArthur
Tuesday 5th of December at 6.30pm
Join Golden Hare Books for an evening with a wonderful quartet of poets: Declan Ryan, Karen Solie, Niall Campbell and Tarn MacArthur. Come sit by our fire for a cosy evening of poetry readings!
Your ticket of £5 can be used against a copy of one of the author's books.
We will follow up on your purchase with an email with more details on the event, which will be held at Golden Hare Books on St Stephen Street.
About Declan Ryan
Declan Ryan was born in Mayo, Ireland and lives in London. He has published two poetry pamphlets, Faber New Poets 12 (2014) and Fighters, Losers (2019). His reviews and essays, mostly on poetry and boxing, have appeared in journals including the New York Times Review of Books, Times Literary Supplement, The Baffler, Guardian, Observer, Poetry, New Statesman and Los Angeles Review of Books.
About Karen Solie
Karen Solie was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada, and grew up on the family farm in the southwest of the province. Her fifth collection of poems, The Caiplie Caves, was shortlisted for the 2019 T.S. Eliot Prize and Derek Walcott Prize. The Road In Is Not the Same Road Out (2015) was shortlisted for the Trillium Book Award. Pigeon (2009) won the Griffin Poetry Prize, Trillium Poetry Prize, and Pat Lowther Award. Modern and Normal (2005) was shortlisted for the Trillium Poetry Prize. Short Haul Engine (2001) was shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize and won the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize. A volume of selected poems, The Living Option (Bloodaxe, 2013) was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Her new collection of poetry will be published in 2025.
About Niall Campbell
Niall Campbell's work has been published in a number of magazines and anthologies including, Granta, The Dark Horse, Poetry London, Poetry Review, The Salt Book of Younger Poets and Best Scottish Poems 2011. His debut pamphlet, After the Creel Fleet, was published by Happenstance Press in 2012. His first book-length collection, Moontide (Bloodaxe Books, 2014), the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award, as well as the Saltire First Book of the Year Award; it was also shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection. His second book-length collection, Noctuary (Bloodaxe Books, 2019), was shortlisted for the 2019 Forward Prize for Best Collection.
About Tarn MacArthur
Tarn MacArthur’s poems have appeared in The New Statesman, The New Republic, The Poetry Review, and Poetry London. He is currently a PhD researcher and tutor at the University of St Andrews.