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Poems of space
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by [Trinity ]

2009-10-31  |     | 






Poetry and the universe - a link established through time, time after time...From nursery rhymes ‘Twinkle twinkle little star’ to masterpieces written by reputable poets such as Tagore, Frost, Shakespeare and so many more, humanity has never seized to measure the sky in poems.

On the 10th of November, renowned astronomer Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell explores the connections between poetry and science and her experience of editing Dark Matter, an anthology of poems inspired by space.

The talk will be followed by a discussion with poet Kelley Swain (Darwin’s Microscope) and astronomer/writer Dr Pippa Goldschmidt.

Come and reach for the stars!


*Booking is essential.


Contact details:

When: 10th November, 19:00-20:45
Where: Lecture Theatre, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich SE10 9NF
Tickets: £8/£6 from the NMM Bookings Office
Tel: 0044(0)20 8312 6608
Email: [email protected]

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