£1.50 per person
Suitable for ages 16+
Join Red Squirrel authors Alistair Robinson, Ric Hool and Josephine Scott as they read from, and discuss, their new poetry collections. There’ll also be an opportunity for the audience to ask any questions.
Alistair Robinson is a poet, musician and lecturer. Among his poetry publications are South of Souter (Sand, 2003), Stereograms of the Dead (Red Squirrel Press, 2009) and The Land Before Yoghurt (Red Squirrel Press, 2014). His new collection, As Blind As Rain, will be published by Red Squirrel Press in May.
Ric Hool is from Northumberland but lives in Wales and has run the reading series ‘Poetry Upstairs’ at the Hen & Chicks in Abergavenny for 26 years. He has nine collections of published poetry and his work has featured in poetry magazines & journals in Europe, USA & UK. Ric’s new collection Personal Archaeology will be published in May.
Josephine Scott was born in Northumberland and spent her childhood in Australia. She has three poetry collections; Sparkle and Dance (2009) Rituals (2014) and When Rain Becomes Memory (2020) published by Red Squirrel Press. Her work has recently been included in This Cullercoats Anthology (2019) published by Iron Press.
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