Reading at Nottingham Writers Studio’s November ‘Word of Mouth’

I‘m delighted to have been selected to read at Nottingham Writers Studio’s ‘Word of Mouth’ on Weds 21st Nov. Will be sharing a platform with a number of notable Nottingham writers including Alison Moore whose novel The Lighthouse was recently shortlisted for the 2012 Man Booker Prize. I’m going to read my prose poem ‘Whistling down to Jomsom’ and the poem ‘Northumberland’. 

Here’s the offical blurb:

Word of Mouth: Journeys

Wed 21 November, 7.30pm
Antenna cafe-restaurant, 9a Beck Street, NG1 1EQ (how to find Antenna)
Tickets and Boarding Passes: £4/£3 (NWS members & concessions)
Escape a cold November night with an evening of spoken word wanderings as Nottingham Writers’ Studio celebrates Journeys and Free Expression…
Pussy Riot on Beach at Burnham Overy Staithe (Pussy Riot by Igor Mukhin)
…with readings that range from the British countryside through Europe and on to Russia and Nepal, writing that flies in the face of repression and out into the future, before returning home to our very own Notts. Enjoy!
Prepare to be transported!

Hosted by our very own travel agent and three-time novelist Megan Taylor.

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    Alison Moore shortlisted for New Writer of the Year « For Immediate Release
    Alison Moore, author of the Man Booker Prize shortlisted novel,The Lighthouse, has been shortlisted for a second time in two months, this time for New Writer of the Year in the 2012 SpecSavers National Book Awards.

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