The launch of Antony Rowland’s book on Metamodernism and Contemporary British Poetry is now live on YouTube.
We are pleased to announce that the ECR bursaries now include PhD students wishing to attend the event in Seattle this September.
We are pleased to announce some ECR bursaries for the Seattle event in September 2022. The AHRC definition of an ECR is someone ‘within eight years of their PhD award (this is from the time of the PhD ‘viva’ – oral test), or equivalent professional training’.
The new date for the book launch at Manchester Poetry Library – with performances by Scott Thurston, Sandeep Parmar and James Byrne – is Tuesday May 31st:
Seattle Metamodernism Summit 2022
Conversations on the Arts in an Age of Ironesty!
We are pleased to announce a Call for Papers for submissions to the Seattle Metamodernism Summit, to be held in Seattle, Washington, USA, on Saturday, September 10, 2022.
How does contemporary Dutch literature respond to the supposed demise of Postmodernism? Can we detect parallels between the trends and themes in English-language Metamodernist literature and Dutch fiction and poetry?
Due to the new UCU strike dates announced on Friday, the book launch for Metamodernism and Contemporary British Poetry (CUP, 2022) will have to be postponed.
Recordings from the network event that took place at Radboud University on the 27th October 2021 are available below.
Antony Rowland read from his poetry collection ‘M’ at the O Bhéal festival in Cork (Republic of Ireland) on the 26th November 2021. The full video is available below (or on Vimeo here), the reading from ‘M’ begins 48 minutes and 22 seconds into the recording.
Professor Antony Rowland’s new monograph, Metamodernism and Contemporary British Poetry, has been published by Cambridge University Press.