Kei Miller & Tolu Ogunlesi: Commonwealth Poets United Spoken Word

Kei Miller & Tolu Ogunlesi: Commonwealth Poets United

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Kei Miller & Tolu Ogunlesi - Commonwealth Poets United    

Linklater Room, University of Aberdeen  

Tickets are available at the Festival Box Office, which is located in King’s College Conference Centre at the University of Aberdeen (Some performances could be limited)

As part of the Scottish Poetry Library’s Commonwealth Poets United exchange, we welcome two gifted poets and wonderful performers of their own work. Kei Miller was born in Jamaica and teaches Creative Writing at Glasgow University. He has published novels and short stories as well as poetry, and his latest collection is The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Zion. Tolu Ogunlesi is an engaging Nigerian poet, outspoken and politically active. His collections include Listen to the geckos singing from a balcony.

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