Join me and fellow poet and friend Demi Anter in celebration of the book launch of Anter’s new poetry collection, Small Machine (Write Bloody UK).
Book launch blurb:
Join us for an intimate evening of conversation and poetry at Shakespeare and Sons Bookstore in Berlin-Friedrichshain.
Books from both authors will be available for purchase and signing at the event.
Doors at 6:50 pm. Start time at 7pm
Get your FREE ticket for the book launch here:
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
DEMI ANTER is an Austrian-American writer and performer. Her work has appeared in Magma, Banshee, Figure 1, and The Times UK, as well as on BBC Radio London. She has been a featured performer at Glastonbury Festival, Electric Picnic, the Scottish Storytelling Centre, and Poetry Ireland. After five years in Berlin, she now lives in London where she is completing an MFA at Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance. To find out more (including complete tour dates), visit www.demianter.com.
CAT HEPBURN is a Scottish award-winning writer for stage, screen and page. In addition to story-writing for several British television dramas and soaps, her poetry has featured on the TV, the radio, and on countless stages. She’s performed on the likes of BBC6 Music, starred in a solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe, and has headlined many nights across the UK. She has supported artists such as Dr John Cooper Clarke, Saul Williams and George The Poet. Cat’s the author of two books, #GIRLHOOD (Speculative Books, 2018) and Dating & Other Hobbies (Burning Eye Books, 2021). Her work explores growing up, making mistakes, and navigating sex and relationships. She currently has a TV series in development.
About SMALL MACHINE
Berlin is a place where brazen ghosts wave to the living, where rock ’n’ roll suicides collide with family myths. Small Machine is an intimate portrayal of young womanhood and coming of age in an unforgiving city, the capital known as much for raucous hedonism as it is for Kaffee-und-Kuchen. Falling in love (and out) in Schillerkiez, clandestine encounters in smoke-filled Kneipen, nighttime dances by the Spree, winter depressions weathered, summer lakes plundered— no cobble is left unturned in Anter’s soaring debut