Category Archives: David Gascoyne

A DAVID GASGOYNE CENTENNIAL

David Gascoyne, one of England’s greatest 20th century poets, was born 100 years ago on Oct 10 1916. A David Gascoyne Centennial is a free and open forum event to mark the occasion. It is taking place at The Junction … Continue reading

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POETRY LIBRARY SPECIAL EDITION 3/2/2016

A David Gascoyne Celebration was one night in a series run by the Poetry Library called Special Edition. As I was organising this one – with help from Library staff Pascal O’Loughlin and Jessica Atkinson – it definitely began to … Continue reading

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RUE ROLLIN

Rue Rollin is an ancient pedestrian road in the 5th Arrondissement of Paris near Place Monge metro. I have found out about it because David Gascoyne used to visit a friend at number 6, visible to the right of the … Continue reading

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A DAVID GASCOYNE CELEBRATION

Wednesday 3 February 2016 A DAVID GASCOYNE CELEBRATION The Poetry Library Join us for a celebration of the centennial of enigmatic English poet David Gascoyne (1916 – 2001). An overlooked, self-deprecating figure, who endured a series of incarcerations, he claimed … Continue reading

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