24. juuli Eric Langley Puändis

24. juuli 17:00 raamatupoes Puänt, Telliskivi 60A
*ENG below*

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24. juulil kell 17 loeb raamatupoes Puänt oma luulet Eric Langley, kes käesoleva Tallinna Ülikooli rahvusvahelise suvekooli raames viib läbi loovkirjutamise kursust. Kursus „Creative Reading/Creative Writing: Poetic Appreciation and Practice” toimub 20.–27. juulil. Juhindudes mõttest „Et hästi kirjutada, tuleb osata hästi lugeda” keskendub õppetöö kirjutamise kõrval ka kaasaegse luule analüüsile.

Eric Langley luulet on avaldatud arvukates kirjandusväljaannetes, tema debüütkogu „Raking Light” oli 2017 a. maineka kirjandusauhinna Forward Prize vastava kategooria nominent. Kahasse Emily Critchleyga on Langleyl kirjastuselt The Crater Press ilmumas sonetikogumik „These. Insuing. Sonnets”. Langley õpetab UCL-s ning kirjandusteadlase ja Shakespeari uurijana on temalt ilmunud kaks monograafiat: „Narcissism and Suicide in the Work of Shakespeare” ja „Ill Communications: Shakespeare’s Contagious Sympathies”.

Kursust toetab Briti Nõukogu.
Lisainfot saab kursuse kodulehelt http://summerschool.tlu.ee/creative-writing-in-english/

ENG
The guest lecturer of creative writing at Tallinn Summer School, Eric Langley, will give a reading at the independent book shop, Puänt, on 24 July, 17.00.

Eric Langley combines a career in academia, where he teaches Shakespeare at University College London, with writing poetry. His debut collection, Raking Light, was published by Carcanet in 2017 and was shortlisted for the Felix Dennis Award for Best First Collection at that year’s Forward Prizes. His poetry has appeared in PN Review, Blackbox Manifold, 3:AM magazine, and New Poetries VI (Carcanet). He has two academic monographs – Narcissism and Suicide in the Work of Shakespeare (2009), and Ill Communications: Shakespeare’s Contagious Sympathies (2018) – published with OUP, and a pamphlet of co-authored sonnets forthcoming from, written in dialogue with Emily Critchley (These. Insuing. Sonnets.).

The course “Creative Reading/Creative Writing: Poetic Appreciation and Practice” takes place on 20 –27 July. Guided by the principle “In order to write well, it is necessary to read well,” Langley concentrates equally on how to develop both creative and analytic skills.

The course is supported by the British Council.
More information on the course homepage http://summerschool.tlu.ee/creative-writing-in-english/
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