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Camille Ralphs "An instrument and a human being": The poet in history

DateWednesday 8 May 2024


LocationMawby Room, Kellogg College


Creative Writing Seminar

Camille Ralphs is a poet, critic and editor. Her first book, After You Were, I Am, was published by Faber and Faber in March 2024.

Her poems and translations have appeared in magazines including the New York Review of Books, The Poetry Review, The Spectator and The London Magazine, and she has released three pamphlets: Malkin (2015), which was shortlisted for the Michael Marks Award; uplifts & chains (2020); and Daydream College for Bards (2023).

She writes critical articles for outlets and publications including The Poetry Foundation, The Telegraph, The Poetry Review and the Los Angeles Review of Books, produces a regular column for Poetry London and conducts an interview series for Poetry Birmingham Literary Journal. Camille is the Poetry Editor at the Times Literary Supplement.

Open to: Guests, Members of Kellogg College, Oxford University members, the public,