‘Performing Illness and Queerness in a Bad Economy: A Writer’s Voice’ Izabela Filipiak (Lecture, University of Glasgow, 20 March 2013)

800px-Izabela_Filipiak_w_Drøbak‘Performing Illness and Queerness in a Bad Economy:
A Writer’s Voice’

Excerpts from the forthcoming work:

The Diary of Progressive Impairment

Izabela Filipiak

Izabela Filipiak is an author of several books of poetry, fiction and nonfiction; a former ISEES Visiting Scholar; a Kosciuszko Foundation and Iowa International Writers’ Workshop Fellow and BBRG Affiliated Scholar at the University of California-Berkeley, as well as a Yaddo artist-in-residence. She teaches in the English Department at Gdansk University, Poland. She is now artist-in-residence at Hawthornden Castle, Midlothian.

This lecture is sponsored by the School of Modern Language and Cultures at the University of Glasgow and will be held in the Adam Smith Building, Room 915 on Wednesday, 20th March 5.15 pm. All welcome.

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