Poetry readings in Durham

Published October 12, 2012.
A German poet will be taking part in two public readings when he visits County Durham later this month.
Tibor Schneider will be in Durham from October 22 until October 25 as part of a literary exchange which has been active since 1987.
Tibor, who is from the city of Tübingen – which is twinned with Durham City – will also attend Durham Book Festival events during his visit.
The visit has been organised by local poet Dr Keith Armstrong, which the help of Durham County Council’s international relations team as part of its work to support and develop town-twinning arrangements.
Tibor, whose work is often described as experimental and post-modern, will be joining local Durham poets and artists at The Half Moon Inn, in Durham City, from 7pm on Tuesday, October 23 for an informal evening of readings and music.
He will also be at a reading and Q&A session at Durham University on Wednesday, October 24 from 4pm until 5.30pm.
Both events are free and open to members of the public.
People can get further information from Dr Keith Armstrong, at Northern Voices, on 0191 252 9531.

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