Nabeel Yasin: the poet of Baghdad
15 May 2007
All UCL students are invited to attend a reading by Nabeel Yasin, often known as ‘The Poet of Baghdad’, at UCL on Thursday 17 May.
Yasin, who has recently returned from Iraq, will read from his work and discuss his writing with panellists and the audience.
Registration will take place from 6–6.20pm in the foyer of the Roberts Building, UCL, Torrington Place (opposite Waterstone’s bookshop). The reading and discussion will follow from 6.30–7.30 in room G06 of the Roberts Building.
A reception will be held in the foyer of the Roberts Building from 7.30–8.30, to which all are invited.
Any students who would like to attend are asked to email Vice-Provost Michael Worton to reserve a place.