Next Wednesday I’ll be interviewing the wonderful poet and essayist Kathleen Jamie for the Centre for the History of the Book annual public lecture. Kathleen Jamie is one of the most important and original writers of poetry and prose working in Scotland today. Her work has won an Eric Gregory Award, a Forward Poetry Prize, and a Costa Poetry Award, among many other distinctions. I’ll be asking her about the material forms her work takes in the world, from books of poetry, to collaborations with artists, to site-specific installations. You can read all about the event here, as well as booking a ticket. It’s free to attend and open to everyone.