Bad Language present Nikola Madzirov

Bad Language are collaborating with Literature Across Frontiers (www.lit-across-frontiers.org) to bring special guest poet Nikola Madzirov from Macedonia to Manchester.

Madzirov has four poetry collections published to date and his works have been translated into 30 languages. He lives in Macedonia and works as a poet, essayist and literary translator. http://www.3ammagazine.com/3am/maintenant-58-nikola-madzirov/

Our guest will be supported by three extra special poets; David Tait, Keiren King and Sian Rathore.

David Tait is the general editor for the Cadaverine (http://www.thecadaverine.com/?page_id=2) and a poet in his own right.

Sian S. Rathore is a poet recently published in UP Literature, the short fiction editor for Metazen and writes for The Huffington Post (http://okfinewhateverigetit.tumblr.com/)

Kieron King is a member of the utterly brilliant Working Verse, and is fresh from his Amateur Thematics show at The Lowry (http://kierenking.com/)

Come along for a rare night of pure poetry from Bad Language and poetry in translation.
Tickets will be £2 on entry.
Kraak Gallery 7pm – 9.30pm

Wednesday 14th March 2012