University of Lincoln.
3rd July, 2015.
10am-5pm: Day symposium.
6.30pm-8pm: Q&A and book signing with Malka Marom, author of Joni Mitchell – Both Sides Now [Omnibus Press, 2014]. Kindly co-hosted by Waterstones, Lincoln.
The School of English and Journalism at the University of Lincoln, U.K invites you to Court and Spark: An International Symposium on Joni Mitchell, which features a Q&A with celebrated author of Joni Mitchell – Both Sides Now, Malka Marom.
Joni Mitchell is widely recognised as an innovative, influential, much-loved and much-imitated artist. From her debut album Song to a Seagull to her most recent Shine, Mitchell’s music: her tunings, her lyrics, her scope have drawn critical and popular acclaim. And yet, scholarly attention to her work has been relatively limited. This symposium will attend to Mitchell as a figure worthy of sustained critical thought and appreciation.
The School of English and Journalism at the University of Lincoln invites you to join us on 3rd July, 2015 in considering all things Mitchell. Academics, music critics, fans are all encouraged to attend.
Tickets available here.
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