Irish poet Niall McDevitt ‘proves by algebra’ that you don’t need to be in Dublin to do a Bloomsday walk.
Telling the story of James Joyce’s belated marriage to Nora Barnacle in 1931 at Kensington Registry Office, as well as Joyce’s friendships with fellow modernists Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot, Ford Madox Ford and Wyndham Lewis, McDevitt illuminates Joyce studies in a unique way, celebrating a great book and a great relationship.
Meeting Sat June 16 at Kensington High Street by the entrance to the tube station. 2pm. £10. Please click here to purchase tickets. (For more info call 07722163823, or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
(The London Bloomsday walk will finish at Notting Hill. Instead of the usual after-walk pint, Niall will be taking the Central Line
to Mile End to attend the launch of poet Chris McCabe's debut novel Dedalus. holdly conceived as a follow-up to Ulysses.. All are welcome. If you can't attend the walk but wish to attend the launch, these are the details:
BLOOMSDAY BOOK LAUNCH:
5pm – 7pm
Saturday 16th June 2018
Lock-keeper’s Cottage Graduate Centre
(nr. Mile End Lock)
Queen Mary University of London
Nearest Tube Mile End