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Hi Zero #70 Contemporary Poetry Readings

Hi Zero Number Seventy. Tuesday April 30th. With readings from:

James Goodwin

James Goodwin is a poet undertaking a PhD in English and Humanities at Birkbeck, University of London. His poem are online at Intercapillary Space and Datableed, and in print in Splinter, Zarf, Paratext, No Prizes, and the Berkeley Poetry Review.


Ed Luker

Ed Luker is a poet, writer, and teacher. His poetry works through what it means to live and to experience joy within a broken world. He runs the semi-regular reading series Rivet, alongside a poetry radio show on Comet FM. He is currently working on Heavy Waters, which will be released this year on The 87 Press as well as another book for Broken Sleep Books.



Pratyusha is an Indo-Swiss student currently working on her MA in London. Her pamphlet Night Waters was published by Zarf Poetry last year.


Music from a thing, books, bar, music, and discussion. The penultimate Hi Zero poetry reading of the season.

Doors at 7:30pm for an 8:00pm start.

£3 for all.

More infö soon.


Accessibility information:

The Hope & Ruin has a stepped street entrace of approx. 10-15cm, and two flights of stairs from the pub level to the venue on the first floor. There is a wheelchair accessible gender nuetral toilet on the ground floor of the pub in the stairwell, but the m/f toilets on the first floor (the venue) are not wheelchair accessible. There is a bar in the venue, and plenty of seating.

This information is not exhaustive, so If you have any other accessibility inquiries, please contact me (Joe Luna) or the venue.

Earlier Event: April 29
Lino Printing Workshop
Later Event: May 1
Ten Fé