Kate is in discussion with Adam Newey, Costa Poetry Award judge (and artisan baker at Camberwell’s Hill Bakery) 7pm on 8 June at Camberwell Library. Reserve seats at http://www.southwark.gov.uk/events/event/4223/behind_every_poem_kate_miller_in_conversation_with_adam_newey
Kate will be a guest reader at Topping Bookshop, Bath at 8pm on Tuesday 16 February.
She appears at Calder’s Theatre Bookshop, SE1 on 3 March with the Southwark Stanza in their 12-part Impossible House project (work in progress)
With the Southwark Stanza of the Poetry Society Kate is collaborating on a project adding ‘rooms’ to a ‘building’ of poems. Alongside the Shrewsbury Stanza, her Stanza will be reading some of the Rooms poems at the Poetry Cafe, Covent Garden on Wednesday 23 Sept at 7pm to 9.30pm, free, http://poetrysociety.org.uk/event/10046/
Jenny Lewis reports in the Poetry Society’s newsletter on The Place for Poetry, a conference held at Goldsmiths in May, and begins her list of “Festival highlights” with “Kate Miller reading from her debut Carcanet collection.”
‘Such People – Poems after The Tempest’Tuesday, 2nd June 2015 at 7:30pmTaking place at: The Betsey Trotwood, 56 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3BLAround twenty poets read new poems inspired by the famous play. Poets ( Kate was one of them) from Roddy Lumsden’s Poetry School course on the text are joined by others. Held on the faraway island known as The Betsey. £5, starts about 7.30pm.
Invited by Kathryn Maris, guest arranger, Kate reads with Simon Barraclough, Anthony Howell and others at The Shuffle on 30 May 2015. This is held at 7.30pm on the last Saturday of the month at Poetry Cafe , 22 Betterton Street, London WC2H 9BX, in the cellar which is small and can get packed and very hot – arrive in good time and have a drink in the cafe above.
On Tuesday 12 May at 7.30pm in The Old Library Dulwich College, Kate will be talking about attentiveness in poetry with Rupert Christiansen, opera critic and writer, discussing poems they have together selected and what it takes to make a poem. Plus she will be reading from The Observances. Copies on sale from Rye Books.
Goldsmiths Writers Centre is hosting a two-day conference on the place for poetry with Paul Muldoon, Blake Morrison, Maura Dooley, Emily Berry and – along with a number of other Americans – Dan O’Brien, latest Aldeburgh First Collection winner, among its keynote speakers and readers.
On Friday 8 May, 2015 Kate will read from The Observances at 1.15, joined by N.J. Hynes and Rebecca Farmer, recent fellow alumnae of Goldsmiths.
This stretch of water and land reclaimed from a vast gasworks for housing/schools beyond the O2 dome was backdrop to the successful launch of The Observances on 16 April 2015. As one guest of the evening noted in his blog, the tide was flowing fast between the clanking barges that carry containers full of London’s litter away down the Thames (while literature drifts the other way, we hope, into the city, bookshops!, memory).