A Lecture by Suzanne Conway

The Longing of Thomas Hardy and Edward Thomas

A Lecture by Suzanne Conway

For the Edward Thomas Fellowship

In person and Via Zoom - Sunday 5th March at 2.00pm

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The Longing of Thomas Hardy and Edward Thomas – an interactive talk - looking at ‘Like the touch of rain’ and Hardy’s ‘At Castle Boterel’. Booking required.

Suzanne Conway is a poet, writer and teacher. Her poems, articles and essays are published in Acumen, The Poetry Review, The Dark Horse, The Rialto, The Moth, Ambit, Newspaper Taxis: Poetry after the Beatles (Seren), The Result Is What You See Today: Poems about Running (Smith/Doorstop), The North, The Journal of the Friends of the Dymock Poets, and elsewhere. Suzanne teaches Literature at the University of Exeter and is working towards a Ph.D in Creative Writing. She is writing a collection of poetry, and a series of essays on ‘Tantalising Vagueness’ – Intimacy and Distance in the Poetry of Edward Thomas. Suzanne has taught English and creative writing for over sixteen years at GCSE, A level and university level. See www.suzanneconway.co.uk for more details.

This event is FREE. Booking forms are available from Dr Jeremy Mitchell at the Edward Thomas Fellowship - mitchjd.etf@outlook.com or Dr Tracy Hayes at the Thomas Hardy Society - info@hardysociety.org

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