Wednesday, 3 October 2018
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 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.
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.
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 email@example.com
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