WORD! With Demi Anter
Join us with Demi Anter – a poet and actor from California, based between London and Berlin. Demi has toured extensively, including to Glastonbury, Poetry Ireland and Bristol Old Vic. Published by Magma and Banshee among others, her debut collection, Small Machine (Write Bloody UK) has been called “Tender, visceral, beautifully vulnerable,” (Musa Okwonga)…”Strikingly luminous and soothing,” (Chanel Miller). People's Poetry Podcast has called her, “The Ray Davies of Spoken Word.” Find out more at www.demianter.com.
To perform as part of the open mic and/or workshop with Stephen, 4.30-6.30pm – email: firstname.lastname@example.org and do let us know of any access needs.
“The Ray Davis of spoken word” – People’s Poetry Podcast.
"Tender, visceral, beautifully vulnerable.” —Musa Okwonga, author of In The End, It Was All About Love.
"Strikingly luminous and soothing. This book celebrates existing through the moments we once believed to be unbearable.” —Chanel Miller, author of Know My Name
“An achingly beautiful Berlin journey of colour and courage, coiled fear and love’s lushness, sunned summer skin and dawns of swirled raspberry; poems that grasp for the truest words and bring joy into the world.” —Rory MacLean, author of Berlin: Imagine a City
“A layered and joyous exploration of life in all its complexities. Gets you in the gut, the heart and the soul. A must read.” —Cat Hepburn, author of Dating & Other Hobbies
“There are books that put you in another life and books that make you grateful for life itself — this one is both.” —Erin Fornoff, author of Hymn to the Reckless
Age Guidance: 16+