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GUYANA: Poetry Recital: Martin Carter’s Poems – “Jail Me Quickly” – June 7. 2022 @11.00 AM Guyana

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You are warmly invited to our annual commemoration of the birth of
Martin Carter. This year we will feature a short sequence of poems
published in New World Magazine in 1964, entitled Jail Me Quickly.

The sequence is as follows:
Black Friday1962 (‘were some who ran one way…’)
After One Year (‘So jail me quickly, clang the illiterate door…’)
What Can a Man Do More (‘How utter truth when falsehood is the truth?’)
Where are Free Men? (‘O we have endured such absurd times’)
Childhood of a Voice (‘Imagine it, the childhood of a voice…’)

The recital has been pre-recorded and lasts half an hour. It will air on YouTube at the time stated and be available to view at any point after that.
Dr Gemma Robinson provides an introduction to the collection and insights into each individual poem.
Readers are Konyo Addo, Jasper Adams, Stephanie Bowry, Stanley Greaves and Lloyd Marshall.

Moray House Trust has spent a decade working to promote Guyanese culture and public discourse. We believe that a culture thrives and
develops where ideas circulate and are robustly debated and interrogated.

Event:         Poetry Recital
Title:            Jail Me Quickly
Date:           Tuesday 7th June 2022
Time:          11.00 AM Guyana
YouTube:    https://youtu.be/T7GjxmpWaDk

Regards,
Moray House Trust

GUYANA: ARTS: Guyanese Love Poems – Poetry Recital: February 13, 2022- YouTube

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Presented by Moray House Trust

You are warmly invited to join us for the second annual performance of Guyanese Love Poems, a light-hearted recital of poems on the theme of love composed and read by Guyanese. The recital features both poems plucked from forgotten anthologies and freshly minted verse. It lasts half an hour (see programme below) and will air on YouTube at the stated times. Poets include Stephanie Bowry, Stanley Greaves, Peter Jailall and Shana Yardan. Readers include Jasper Adams, Vanda Radzik, Lloyd Marshall and Joan Seymour.   (See Details Below) Continue reading

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