POETRY at the BOOKSHOPJoin us on SATURDAY 18th JUNE 7:30pm, for an evening of poetry with four stunning poets! BOOK HERE THE POETS: Connor is a poet from Brighton, now living in London. They write a lot about being queer and trans, and their relationship to others and the world. Mira Mattar writes fiction and poetry. She is an independent researcher, editor and tutor. She is a Palestinian/Jordanian from London where she continues to live and work. Her first book, Yes, I Am A Destroyer was recently published by Ma Bibliothèque. Nisha Ramayya is a poet and lecturer in Creative Writing at Queen Mary, University of London. Her pamphlets Notes on Sanskrit (2015) and Correspondences (2016) are published by Oystercatcher Press. Ralf Webb (b. 1991, Bath) was managing editor of The White Review from 2017 to 2021. Rotten Days in Late Summer is constructed around three sequences: ‘Diagnostics’, about a father’s death from cancer and its aftermath, ‘Treetops’, exploring Webb’s own struggles with mental health, and the ‘Love Stories’, which are scattered throughout the collection and deal with the yearning and pathos of different relationships.