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Will Harris and Rachael Allen: Rendang
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Will Harris and Rachael Allen: Rendang

Will Harris’s RENDANG (Granta) is one of the most hotly-anticipated debut poetry collections of 2020. His poem ‘SAY’ was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best Single Poem, and his pamphlet All this is implied, from Happenstance Press, was the winner of the 2017 London Review Bookshop Pamphlet of the Year.

Will read from his collection alongside Rachael Allen, whose debut collection Kingdomland (Faber and Faber, 2019) was described as ‘chilling and joyful’ by Jeremy Noel-Tod.

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