Partly: Alice Notley & Sam Riviere
Partly returns on Thursday 16 June at 7pm with a rare and wonderful evening of readings by two extraordinary writers: Alice Notley and Sam Riviere.
Participation is free, but we recommend securing a seat by taking out a free ticket here.
The event will be in English.
Initiated and organised by Ed Atkins and Steven Zultanski, Partly is an ongoing reading series and event platform that brings together literature, performance, and art.
ABOUT ALICE NOTLEY
The American poet Alice Notley has published over forty books of poetry, most recently For the Ride (Penguin Books) and Eurynome’s Sandals (PURH). Notley has received many awards including the Academy of American Poets’ Lenore Marshall Prize, the Poetry Society of America’s Shelley Award, the Griffin International Prize, two NEA Grants, the Los Angeles Times Book Award for Poetry, and the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, a lifetime achievement award. She is also a visual artist and collagist, and a book of her poem/drawings, Runes and Chords, is forthcoming from Archway Editions. She has edited or co-edited three poetry magazines, CHICAGO, Scarlet, and Gare du Nord. She has also edited or co-edited books by Ted Berrigan and Douglas Oliver. Since 1992 Notley has lived and worked in Paris, France.
ABOUT SAM RIVIERE
Sam Riviere is the author of three poetry books, 81 Austerities (2012), Kim Kardashian's Marriage (2015), After Fame (2020), a prose book, Safe Mode (2017), and most recently a novel, Dead Souls (2021). He lives in Edinburgh and runs the micropublisher If a Leaf Falls Press.