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World Poetry Day 2020

These past weeks has seen a global outbreak of Coronavirus (COVD-19), including in many UNESCO Cities of Literature across the world. Our thoughts and admiration go out to all those who are working every day to protect the safety and wellbeing of their fellow citizens around the world. During this evolving situation we have seen
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Poets from the UK, Slovenia and Romania at Granada World Poetry Day

Georgina Wilding Georgina is a poet born and bred in Notthingham. She grew up in a working-class family with Irish Catholic roots. She has a first class degree in Creative and Professional Writing from the University of Nottingham, and began her career in poetry working within the spoken word collective, Mouthy Poets. Her current work in poetry has a focus on
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Mircea Cărtărescu in dialogue with Ioana Gruia

Mircea Cărtărescu (Bucarest, 1956), narrator, poet and essayist, is maybe the most outstanding Romanian writer and one of the most renowned and famous ones in Europe. His books have been translated into Spanish, English, French, German, Polish, Swedish, Bulgarian and Hungarian among other languages. Most of his work has been published in Spain, notably among other
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