LOOSE MUSE, ANGEL POETRY AND MORE GIGS
I’m typing this waiting for the taxi to take me to the airport, because (fanfare of anticipatory trumpets) I’m going to
On Wednesday 12th November there is LOOSE MUSE at the Poetry Café, 22 Betterton Street, London WC2 (closest tube = Covent Garden). This is
Next we have ANGEL POETRY on Thursday 13th November kicking off as usual at This monthly poetry reading is at Borders Bookshop at the Angel in the NI Centre Parkfield Street, London N1 – the shopping mall opposite Angel tube station. We continue with a trio of featured poets in November, each with their own unique way of seeing the world and sharing their work. First, all the way from
John Row, a poet of very special word magic joining us from the south coast, and another first timer at Angel Poetry. There are also floor spots available on the night, so just turn up and let me know you want to read.
And then there’s my book launch and a couple of other gigs I’m involved with just for good measure….
1. Friday November 21st @ the Poetry Café – MY BOOK LAUNCH
Yes, my next collection ‘This One Is For You’, published by Flipped Eye/Waterways is ready to hit the stands, and I’m incredibly excited, as the book is looking very good indeed. I’m especially pleased as this book is dedicated to my lovely friend and fellow poet Brinsley Sheridan, who sadly passed away a few years back. Gone but absolutely not forgotten!! The night will start at with a number of guests (to be announced in my next mailout) at the Poetry Café. Be there or totally be square.
2. Tuesday November 25th – Guest spot at Aoife Mannix’s launch
The extraordinary poet Aoife Mannix is launching her first novel tonight at the Loom Bar,
3. Wednesday November 26th – Feature at Tall Lighthouse event
Fellow poet and editor Les Robinson has another of his great Tall Lighthouse events at the Poetry Café and has offered me a feature. Another great night, another bunch of terrific talent and I’m included which is very cool. Again, kick off is at
So, do try and get to some of these gigs….it would be great to see you all ….come share the passion, share the joy.
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