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2024  PAST DIARY

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JANUARY

Wednesday 24th:

Off the Rails Writing GroupFortnightly Wednesdays 6-9pm. A new, rolling, dynamic creative/writing group meeting fortnightly for 5 sessions at Off the Rails Arthouse in Ladybank, Fife. Block One (Jan-Mar) *fully booked*. Block Two commencing April 17th, open to enquiries. info@rebeccajoysharp.com
 

Wednesday 31st:

Our Ludic Augury: game, story, sustainability. Online (Zoom), 6-8pm GMT. Free - booking required (link below). Supported and presented by the Centre for Energy Ethics (University of St Andrews), with RS + Dr Pauline Souleau. Guest speakers Emily Lord-Kambitsch with Bowen Walker, poet Andy Jackson, and Amanda Yates Garcia (Oracle of LA). Register now – Our Ludic Augury: game, story, sustainability – Zoom, Wed 31 Jan 2024 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (tickettailor.com)

FEBRUARY

Tuesday 13th:

Games Night: sustainability, agency and risk. University of St Andrews, Hebdomadar's Room, 4-6pm. Free, space limited: please book by emailing pajs1@st-andrews.ac.uk (Dr Pauline Souleau). Presented by the Centre for Energy Ethics, RS + Pauline Souleau. An in-person games night; creative ways of framing climate action and sustainability, embodying some of the concepts addressed by the online event Our Ludic Augury (31 Jan). 

Friday 23rd:

How Do We Talk About Knives  - anthology reading event. St Andrews, Fife: Parliament Hall, South Street.

6-8pm. Free, no booking required. Hosted by the Centre for Poetic Innovation (University of St Andrews), Matecznik Press, and Platform Poetry. RS and other poets reading from the anthology: Elodie Laügt, Marcas Mac an Tuairneir, and Vahid Davar. 

MARCH

Sunday 10th:

StAnza, Scotland's International Poetry Festival: Braided Poetry: reading and workshop (online). 10.00am – 11.30am | Zoom | from £5.00. Premiere of new braided text written by RS + Monika SzubaI offer you a needleFollowed by a workshop with RS + Elodie Laügt. Supported by StAnza, the Centre for Poetic Innovation and the Centre for Energy Ethics (University of St Andrews), and the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (Munich). Details + booking here (Byre Theatre).

And: Poets for Palestine - online (YouTube) 8.30pm-10pm. Free, with donations to Medical Aid Palestine.

Link provided after booking: https://byretheatre.com/shows/poets-from-palestine/ 

Friday 15th: 

How Do We Talk About Knives (Matecznik Press) - anthology reading event with Scottish Writers Centre at the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow. Readers RS, Marcas Mac an Tuairneir, Samina Chaudhry, Carrie Marshall, Ngan Nguyen, Xinyi Jiang, and Christie Williamson. 7pm, free - details + booking here

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