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Reweirding: A Psychogeographical Pilgrimage – Seeking Thin Places

1st July 2021 · 7:30pm

Main Hall | Virtual event

 Reweirding: A Psychogeographical Pilgrimage – Seeking Thin Places

** This event will be held with a small, socially-distanced, in-person audience at Conway Hall *AND* online, via Zoom. Everyone wishing to join this event must register for a ticket in advance, using the “Book Now” link **

** Conway Hall is a charity and we politely ask you to add a donation of at least £5 when registering. **

 

Sonia Overall takes to the old pilgrim roads, navigating a route from Canterbury to Walsingham via London and her home town of Ely.

 

Vivid in her evocation of a landscape of ancient chapels, ruined farms and suburban follies, Overall’s secular pilgrimage elevates the ordinary, collecting roadside objects – feathers, a bingo card, a worn penny – as relics. Facing injury and interruption, she takes the path of the lone woman walker, seeking out ‘thin places’ where past and present collide, and where new ways of living might begin.

 

Sonia Overall is a writer, psychogeographer and Senior Lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University, where she runs the MA in Creative Writing. Her publications include the novels A Likeness and The Realm of Shells, and the poetry collection The Art of Walking. She is the founder of the Women Who Walk network of walking artists and academics, and an occasional musician, mummer and puppeteer. Her book Heavy Time is out 1 June 2021 from Penning in the Margins. She is the leader of the #DistanceDrift Sunday morning lock down walks.

 

LINKS FOR FURTHER INFO:

Website:  http://www.soniaoverall.net/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reweirding / https://www.facebook.com/groups/2327208701

Twitter: @SoniaOverall / @womenwhowalknet / @PennedintheM / @Reweirding_

Instagram: #DistanceDrift

 

** For those joining us online, we will be using the Zoom application (available for PC, Mac, iOS and Android). A link to join the talk will be sent to ticketholders before the event. **

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