The School of Humanities is pleased to invite you to the 11th annual F. T. Prince Memorial Lecture which will be given by the poet Andrew McMillan. This special event is a chance to hear one of the most important voices in modern poetry, and a pioneer for queer writing.
This event is co-organised by the English department and the Winchester Poetry Festival.
Guests can join this event in person at Avenue Campus, University of Southampton, or online. Please select your ticket choice when booking.
We encourage guests who wish to join in person to register at your earliest opportunity as spaces are strictly limited.
About the speaker
Andrew McMillan is Professor of Contemporary Writing at the Manchester Writing School at Manchester Metropolitan University and fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. His debut poetic collection physical won the Guardian First Book Prize in 2015, and was voted a top poetry book of the last 25 years by Booksellers Association. His second collection, playtime, won the inaugural Polari Prize, and was followed by pandemonium in 2021. 100 Queer Poems, the acclaimed anthology he edited with Mary Jean Chan, was published by Vintage in 2022.
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