Join popular local poet Kuli Kohli in conversation with Cherry Doyle, exploring Kuli's rise to fame, from her childhood in Wolverhampton, her journey to publication, and recent international coverage of her life story. Kuli will also share some poetry from her pamphlet "Patchwork" and her new upcoming collection "Wonder Woman".
Indian born, Kuli Kohli runs a Punjabi Women’s Writing Group and helps run Blakenhall Writers' Group. She writes a regular blog for Disability Arts Online. Her debut poetry pamphlet Patchwork is published by Offa’s Press. She’s performed her work around the West Midlands, London, Liverpool, Oswestry and via Skype to India. She was a guest lecturer at Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany and in December 2019, she performed at the British Museum for the Purple Light Up event celebrating International Disabled Persons Day. In 2020, Kuli's life story was featured on BBC News online which led to her being featured on BBC one's Sunday Morning Live show in September 2020.
Cherry Doyle is a poet living on the edge of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire. She's currently studying for an MFA in Poetry and her debut pamphlet 'September' is out now from Offa's Press.
Performer: Kuli Kohli
Date: 14 February 2021
Time: 3pm - 4pm
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