The February meeting will take place on Tuesday 26 Feb, 1 – 2 pm, with discussion led by Stephanie Kuduk Weiner on representations of agricultural labour. All welcome. http://www.english.cam.ac.uk/research/johnclare/
The next meeting of the discussion group will take place on 29 January, 1 – 2 pm, in the Board Room (lst floor), Faculty of English, 9 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP. Paul Chirico will introduce his current research on Clare in the 19th c press.
Plans for this are well underway – so, watch this space! In the meantime, put the dates in your diary.
Jess Potter and Copy Press invite you to an afternoon of readings born from encounters between writing and the poetry of John Clare. At Strange Cargo, The Factory, Folkstone. For further detail, go to https://gallery.mailchimp.com/7e59bdcb2ef74b2d29cfb65dc/files/28bf8d1f-5c29-467f-86a2-c00ec2e22c06/R_R_FINAL_INVITE.pdf
If you go to Carry’s website (https://www.carryakroyd.co.uk), you find details of her Bird of the Month Calendar for 2019 – and if you go to the BBC website and type in Tweet of the Day, you’ll find a series of short radio 4 episodes by Carry.
The Byron Society is holding a lecture at the Art Workers Guild, London, from 6.30 to 8pm, 27 June 2019. £7 for non-members. Professor Simon Kovesi on ‘Lord Byron, poh! the man wot writes the werses?: John Clare’s flights of fame with Byron’. All welcome. For more detail, visit http://www.thebyronsociety.com/lord-byron-poh-the-man-wot-writes-the-werses-john-clares-flights-of-fame-with-byron
Bring your John Clare Poem. A reading of John Clare’s poetry. Guest speakers. On Thursday 4 October at 7 pm in the Guildhall Courtyard by the John Clare statue in Northampton.