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Grab a cuppa and get to know poet, activist and novelist Salena Godden in conversation with 2020 Eric Gregory Award winner Kadish Morris. Salena will discuss work, career and activism, as well as offering a glimpse into her creative routine.
This event is in conjunction with the Royal Society of Literature and the SoA’s Poetry & Spoken Word Group, and will take place on online via WebinarJam. The link will be sent to registered attendees.
If you would like to send questions for Salena Godden in advance, email Nadia Bonini with ‘Salena Godden – Question’ in the subject header. We will prioritise questions sent in advance and try to answer as many as we can on the day.
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Salena Godden is a high-profile poet. She is also an activist, broadcaster, essayist and memoirist whose work has been widely anthologised. The Royal Society of Literature made her a fellow FRSL in November 2020. Canongate published Salena’s debut novel Mrs Death Misses Death in 2021.
Kadish Morris is an editor, art critic and poet and previously a commissioning editor at The Observer. She is a recipient of the 2020 Eric Gregory Award, part of the Society of Authors’ Awards.
The Royal Society of Literature has around 600 Fellows. They include the very best novelists, short-story writers, poets, playwrights, graphic fiction writers, biographers, historians, travel writers, literary critics and scriptwriters at work today. rsliterature.org
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