Nino’s Song by Sarah Leah Cobham book launch POSTPONED
18th April 2016
Sarah Leah Cobham writes about her relationship with Georgian people, their songs and their culture as she travels through this unique and enigmatic country. Nino’s Song explores, through the multi genre styles of poetry, diary writing and reflective narrative, how the original and powerful voice of St. Nino continue to resonate in the present day.
As part of the evening you will be invited to explore what lies within Nino’s Box, and, as part of a poetry writing workshop you will be encouraged to find your own voice and to share your work with others.
After a book presentation and Q&A by the author there will be a chance to explore the themes raised by the book over a glass of Georgian Wine. This has now been postponed and a new date will be announced soon.
Sarah Leah Cobham has been involved with Georgia for the past 7 years and is a founding member of The Northern Georgian Society. She has sung Georgian music for 9 years and is a core member of the Yorkshire based choir, Samzeo. She is the Writer in Residence at the Well Women Centre in Wakefield, is a 2014 Red Shed Poetry Post Code Winner and has works published in the international literary magazine Margutte, in Our Queer Art, a platform for Gender Issues and in local and national print press.
Embassy of Georgia – 4 Russell Gardens, London W14 8EZ, United Kingdom – View Map