A Reading of Heidegger's Poetry in Translation
Deutsche Literatur Archiv, Marbach, Germany, September (Precise date TBC)
A reading from Heidegger's Gedachtes, and my own translation of the verse, with a discussion on the possibility of translation.

Lancaster Words: The Paul Muldoon Interview
Saturday 8th July 20.30 - 21.30: Lancaster Waterstones - All Welcome

The Lancaster Words Festival concludes with Paul Muldoon, in conversation with fellow poet, Eoghan Walls.  This will be a great chance to see Paul Muldoon, the worlds most widely read anglophone poet, who has won nearly every award there is for poetry including the Pulitzer, in conversation with my little self. I am really looking forward to it, if not a little star-struck.

For more information please see www.lancaster.ac.uk/lancasterwords or email: lancasterwords@lancaster.ac.uk

Poetry Reading with Eoghan Walls and Graham Mort

Monday3rd July, 8pm-10pm: County Common Room, Lancaster University 

Evening Reading with Eoghan Walls and Graham Mort, County Common Room, County Main.

Manchester Poetry Prize (http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/writingcompetition/winners/2016/)
Some footage of the prize ceremony here, as well as a link to the shortlisted poems. Although I didn't pick up the prize, it was great to be shortlisted among these superb poets.  Watch out for Eric Berlin - he is the future!