Wednesday, 3 October 2018

PALEWELL IN PENZANCE


POETRY
PALEWELL IN PENZANCE
FRIDAY OCTOBER 19TH
Upstairs at the Admiral Benbow
Chapel Street, Penzance, Cornwall
Doors 7.00pm   Reading 7.30pm   £5 on the door
CAMILLA REEVE
Camilla Reeve is a UK poet writing about displaced peoples, war and the environment.  Her latest pamphlet, “Tales from Two Cities”, is a collection of narrative poetry, recently performed at the Edinburgh Festival. Camilla is the founder and editor of Palewell Press publishing books on Justice, Equality and Sustainability.
http://palewellpress.co.uk
PATRIC CUNNANE
Passion, politics and wit are hallmarks of this dynamic Folkestone-based poet, currently showcasing his brilliant new collection, The Ghost of Franz Kafka (Palewell Press 2018). Patric is founder and co-organiser of Dodo Modern Poets, which presents regular events in London and throughout the UK and Ireland.
https://dodomodernpoets.wordpress.com
SUE JOHNS
Sue Johns is a Cornish poet, now living in London. A veteran of the London performance circuit as a solo performer and as part of Dodo Modern Poets. She will be reading from her new pamphlet Rented - poems on prostitution and dependency (Palewell Press, 2018) and other collections.
A few floor spots available contact Sue    cornishsue@gmail.com