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Award-winning filmmaker Pamela Robertson-Pearce and Bloodaxe Books editor Neil Astley, appear to talk about In Person: World Poets, an international collaboration and a sequel to In Person: 30 Poets (2008), the world’s first poetry DVD-anthology. Pamela Robertson-Pearce’s films include IMAGO: Meret Oppenheim (1996), winner of the Swiss Film Board’s Prize for Outstanding Quality and the Gold Apple Award at the National Educational Film and Video Festival in America. Bloodaxe editor and founder Neil Astley’s many books include the Staying Alive trilogy of anthologies.


Albion Street


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Opening times

Monday 9.30am– 5pm
Tuesday 9.30am– 5pm
Wednesday 1pm – 7.30pm (Learning Centre to close at 5pm)
Thursday 9.30am – 7.30pm (Learning Centre to close at 5pm)
Friday 9.30am – 1pm
Saturday 10am – 4pm
Sunday Closed