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Ox and Mandarin | Get Moving

Ox and Mandarin | an urban legendarium

The first video poem featuring Ox and Mandarin. A sneak peak for their festive launch on June 29th, in Amsterdam. Want to join the fun? Book your ticket right here and be there when Ox and Mandarin get launched!

Press release:
Poetry Collection "Ox and Mandarin | Wayfaring Strangers" to launch in Amsterdam

Utrecht, June 2024 - Milla van der Have is happy to announce the launch of her latest poetry collection, "Ox and Mandarin | Wayfaring Strangers," scheduled to take place on June 29th at 3:00 PM at Perdu, Amsterdam.

This dual publication, published in English by Dancing Girl Press and in Spanish by Ril Editores, offers an exploration of the surreal adventures of its 2 main characters: Ox and Mandarin. Inspired by the lockdowns of 2020-2021, the poems loosely follow (or perhaps challenge) the structure of the zodiac, inviting readers to traverse the boundaries of imagination and reality.

Special guest Stephanie Green, a renowned poet from Edinburgh, will first give you a poetic introduction to sea monsters, from her latest chapbook Ortelius' Sea-Monsters. Following this, Milla will present her collection, accompanied by music from Walco van Loon. After the readings there will be a Q&A with both poets, delving into the themes and inspirations behind their work. 

The event promises to be an engaging evening for poetry enthusiasts, writers, and artists alike. The launch provides a unique opportunity to indulge in literary explorations and connect with like-minded individuals within the poetry community.

All interested parties are cordially invited to attend the launch. For more information about the event and to book a free ticket:https://perdu.nl/agenda/poetry-collection-ox-and-mandarin-wayfaring-strangers/

Date: June 29th, 2024
Time: 3:00 PM (doors open 14.30)
Location: Perdu, Kloveniersburgwal 86, 1012 CZ Amsterda
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Ox y Mandarín [extranos caminantes]

traducción de Marta Fuembuena Loscertales

Ril Editores, 55 pp

ISBN: 978-84-10248-06-9

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