Why Be Normal When You Can Be Magical?
with Nikita Gill
Tuesday September 28th 2021
6:30pm – 8:00pm: £10 (UK time)
We are delighted to host the poet Nikita Gill, who will talk with us about her life and work, and read some of her poems. There will be plenty of time for discussion too. Nikita’s poetry speaks directly from the heart and tells emotional truths which are universal, passionate and fiercely empowering.
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Nikita Gill has written and curated six volumes of poetry, including Your Soul Is A River (2016), Wild Embers: Poems of rebellion, fire and beauty (2017), Fierce Fairytales: & Other Stories to Stir Your Soul (2018), Great Goddesses: Life lessons from myths and monsters (2019), Your Heart Is the Sea (2019), and The Girl and the Goddess (2020). Her work offers reflections on love, and feminist re-tellings of fairytales and Greek myths. She uses social media to engage her audience and has 617,000 followers on Instagram, being described as one of the most successful ‘instapoets’ and ‘one of the most exciting young writers working today’. She has written short stories, a work for the stage, Maidens, Myths and Monsters, and she is currently working on a novel. She is an ambassador for National Poetry Day, and regularly appears on the BBC contributing to Woman’s Hour on Radio Four, Free Thinking on Radio Three, and BBC Asian Network.