Friday 18th  September, 6.30pm:regeneration_front

The Poetry of Meirion Jordan

The second lecture in the series hosted by Dr Matthew Jarvis as part of theDevolved Voices project at Aberystwyth University. Jarvis will be discussing the work of Meirion Jordan, a contemporary Welsh poet who released his first collection of poetry, Moonrise, in 2008. His second book, Regeneration, is out now.

Jordan has background in Mathematics, but is currently finishing his doctoral degree in Creative Writing 623982_591745732_1627137311_n-11at UEA. His work is influenced by poets including David Constantine and Gillian Clarke, as well as medieval art, music and science fiction.

Jarvis is a writer and critic involved with British avant-garde poetry and English-language poetry in Wales since the 1960s. He is particularly interested in environmental approaches to literature and in ideas about the literary construction of Welsh space and place. His work has been described as ‘pioneering criticism’ by Professor Jeremy Hooker.

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