Guyana: Martin Carter – In His Own Words – Moray House ZOOM Event – 11th December 2021

You are warmly invited to join us for the final event in our 2021 programme.
MARTIN IN HIS OWN WORDS SAT 11TH DEC 5PM: ZOOM

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Title:          Martin in His Own Words: Poetry and Prose
Readers:    Konyo Addo, Michelle Saywack, Stanley Greaves, Sonia Dolphin, Jennifer Branche and others.

Date:          Saturday 11th December 2021

Time:         5PM Guyana, 4PM New York, 9PM London

Platforms:
ZOOM
Moray House Trust is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Martin in his own words: Poetry and Prose
Time: Dec 11, 2021 05:00 PM Guyana
Join Zoom Meeting

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Passcode: 436331
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Martin Carter (1927-1997) is perhaps best remembered for his poetry. He also left a substantial body of writing; speeches, editorials in Thunder, musings in the New World Quarterly and jottings in diaries. This recital includes a selection of prose (from the Kyk-over-al 2000 issue) to show the range of Carter’s interests and thinking. Dr Gemma Robinson will discuss some of the poems from The When Time including the perennial favourite, A Mouth is Always Muzzled. Stanley Greaves will perform a few of his favourite Carter poems. Several of the readings are performed by members of Martin Carter’s family.

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Moray House Trust was launched on 13th December 2011 (the poet’s death anniversary) with a recital of Martin’s poems.
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Please join us on Zoom if you wish to ask questions or make a comment at the end.
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