SELECTED RECENT/UPCOMING READINGS AND EVENTS
10 September 2020: Dalia Donadio's Poem Pot Plays Pantano, Jazz Club Aarau, Switzerland.
14 June 2020: Versal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
28 March 2020: Writing East Midlands, The Writers' Conference 2020, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom.
9 March 2020: Dalia Donadio's Poem Pot Plays Pantano album release (Wide Ear Records), Moods, Zurich, Switzerland.
12–13 February 2020: Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, United Kingdom.
August 2019: Robert Walser Sculpture, Biel, Switzerland.
24–26 April 2019: "There's No Place Like Home: Changing the Landscape for Migration and the Arts," with Behrouz Boochani, Hoda Afshar, Omid Tofighian, and others, Mansions of the Future, Lincoln, United Kingdom.
8 April 2019: European Poetry Festival 2019, Poetry Society, London, United Kingdom.
30 July 2018: Translation House Looren, Zurich, Switzerland.
30 April 2018: Dalia Donadio's Poem Pot Plays Pantano, ZKB Jazzpreis, Moods, Zurich, Switzerland.
7 March 2018: Dalia Donadio's Poem Pot Plays Pantano, Prima Vista, Baden, Switzerland.
22 February–21 March 2018: Museum of Futures, Writers' Centre Kingston University Exhibition, Surbiton, London, United Kingdom.
16 November 2017: La Revue de Belles-Lettres, Geneva, Switzerland.
11 November 2017: Dalia Donadio's Poem Pot Plays Pantano, Neuzeitruinen, Zurich, Switzerland.
9 September 2017: Dalia Donadio's Poem Pot Plays Pantano, K'werk, Zug, Switzerland.
19–20 Mai 2017: Dalia Donadio's Poem Pot Plays Pantano, Wiediker Jazz Festival, Zurich, Switzerland.
5 December 2016: Bern University of the Arts, Bern, Switzerland.
5–8 Mai 2016: Solothurner Literaturtage, Solothurn, Switzerland.
23 October 2015: Wolfbach Authors, Baden, Switzerland.
2014: Poetry judge, Best Translated Book Award, University of Rochester, Three Percent, Open Letter Books, United States.
26 October 2013: Camaradefest, London (with Nikolai Duffy), United Kingdom.
2–6 October 2013: The Walser Cycle at The Baltic, Newcastle. A public, collaborative developmental performance of three Walser plays: "The Pond," "The Good-for-Nothing," and "Thorn Rose." Newcastle, United Kingdom.
2 June 2013: Electric Poem for Big Lit Festival, Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival, Scotland.
May 2013: Robert Walser Weltweit, Bern/Biel, Switzerland.
20 April 2013: World premiere of the first English translation of Robert Walser's
"The Pond." Dexter Dalwood Retrospective, Centre Pasquart, Kunsthaus Centre d'art, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland.
30 March 2013: Enemies of the North @ The Cornerhouse, Manchester, United Kingdom.
3 February 2013: "Georg Trakl, the Rise of Nationalism, and the Indelibe Effect of the Great War on European Poetry." The Rest Is Noise Festival. Southbank Centre, London, United Kingdom.
May 2012: Chorlton Arts Festival, Manchester, United Kingdom.
21 March 2012: Robert Walser Festival, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, United Kingdom.
12 March 2012: New European Poetry (with Nikola Madzirov and Tadeusz Dabrowski),
Southbank Centre, London, United Kingdom.
5 May 2011: Reading with Robert Sheppard at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, United Kingdom.
17 May 2010: Poetry reading presented by the Gender and Sexuality Research Group, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, United Kingdom.
11 November 2009: Reading at The Rose Theatre, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, United Kingdom.
14 February 2008: Poetry reading with Lee Harwood, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, United Kingdom.
5 June 2007: Reading at the University of Neuchatel, Neuchatel, Switzerland.
4 April 2007: Reading at Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida, USA.