September 20, 2011
I’m back in London for a one night stand at fabulous indie The Big Green Bookshop, alongside Sapphic proto-deity Sophia Blackwell. Wood Green, you should be shaking in your stockings. I’ll be reading new work, mostly, and it’s a new night, too. Absorb all the novelty here:
Friday 30th September 2011
Unit 1, Brampton Park Road
Wood Green N22 6BG
Doors 7pm Entry £3 BYOB
(Seriously, bring your own beer…how awesome is that?)
May 25, 2011
I’m reading at the Stoke Newington Literary Festival afterhours party, Sunday 5th June, 11 ish, at Ryan’s Bar on Church Street, Stoke Newington.
The festival in general looks great, and I’m looking forward to hearing the wonderful Oliver Jeffers, who is appearing on the 4th June. Here are some reasons why I like him:
March 25, 2011
From 7.30ish, downstairs at The Betsey, free event.
Mini readings from some of the best poets in London. Like tiny cups of thick, super-sweet hot chocolate.
Readers: Edward Mackay, Hannah Lowe, Kayo Chingonyi, Mark Waldron, Siofra McSherry, Diana Pooley, Rachael Allen, Nia Davies, Jen Wainwright, Ellen Cranitch, Kate Potts, Samuel Prince, James Goodman, Roddy Lumsden. Plus (TBC) Sarah Howe, Imogen Robertson, Inua Ellams.
“The Betsey Trotwood? Where’s that?“
See you there, kittens.