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Moniza Alvi (b.1954 in Lahore, Pakistan) is a Pakistani-British poet and writer. Peacock Luggage, a book of poems by Moniza Alvi and Peter Daniels, was published as a result of the two poets jointly winning the Poetry Business Prize in 1991. Since then, Alvi has written five poetry collections: The Country at My Shoulder (1993), shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize and the Whitbread Poetry Award, and which led to her being selected for the Poetry Society
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That Mighty Heart: Poets' Visions of London
In the unique setting of the restored Portico Rooms at Somerset House, Moniza Alvi will read a selection of her own poems and some classic favourites. Curated by Ruth Padel as part of That Mighty Heart: Poets’ Visions of London, a season of free lunchtime poetry readings at Somerset House. Portico Rooms. Somerset House
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