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Voices on the Page

Alba Arikha, Yvonne Green and Alex Clark

Sun 10 Mar 2019
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Voices on the Page

Alba Arikha, Yvonne Green and Alex Clark

Alba Arikha speaker
Yvonne Green speaker
Alex Clark chair

Critically-acclaimed memoirist and author Alba Arikha joins poet and translator Yvonne Green in an exploration of how the literary voice represents the multiplicity of the Jewish experience.

In conversation with Alex Clark, these two celebrated writers tackle identity, nationhood, family and literary form in a wide-ranging discussion of the voices, people and ideas that are represented in their work.


Alba Arikha is the author of five books. Her memoir, Major/Minor, shortlisted for the Spear’s Awards, was turned into an opera and performed at RADA in 2018. Where to Find Me, was published by Alma Books in 2018.

Yvonne Green is a prizewinning poet, translator and essayist. Jam & Jerusalem is her fifth collection of poems.

Alex Clark is a literary journalist, broadcaster and artistic director of the Bath Literature Festival. She makes regular appearances on Radio 4 and is an experienced judge of literary awards.

Date & time:Sun 10 Mar 2019 – 12.30pm
Venue:St Pancras Room
Price:£9.50
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