Padraig Regan &
Sunday 25th September
3.30 - 4.30 pm BST
King's Pavilion, University of Aberdeen King's Campus
Poets Naush Sabah and Padraig Regan share work from recently-published collections, exploring themes of embodiment, identity, the self and the world.
Padraig Regan is from Northern Ireland, where they were a Ciaran Carson Writing and the City Fellow at Queen’s University, Belfast. They have published two pamphlets and a full first collection, Some Integrity (Carcanet), which has been awarded the Clarissa Luard Prize by the David Cohen Foundation.
Naush Sabah is a writer, editor, critic and educator based in the West Midlands. She is a founding editor of Poetry Birmingham Literary Journal. Her work has appeared in Poetry Review, TLS, PN Review, and The Dark Horse, and her two books to date are the micro-pamphlet box set Heredity/ASTYNOME (Legitimate Snack) and Litanies (Guillemot Press).