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LOOSE MUSE – London’s Premiere Women’s Writers Night

Wednesday, 11th November 2015 at 8pm

Location: @ The Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton Street, London WC2 (closest tube = Covent Garden),

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Hi gang,

The November Loose Muse is going to be a real fire-cracker, with some extraordinary talent on display for you to share.  Although I’m actually going to be absent for this feast of fabulousness, as I shall be in Iceland on a short break to check out the Northern Lights (yeeehaaa!!), but the wonderful Kate B Hall has graciously agreed to step into the Compere shoes, so will be guest hosting that night, so come along and check it out – it’s going to a terrific night with a KBH flavour to make you smile.

£6.00 - £5.00 concessions.  Features this month are:

Di Slaney is a poet and smallholder who lives in Nottinghamshire, who has co-owned Candlestick Press since 2010. Her poems have been published in various magazines including Magma, The Rialto, The Interpreter’s House, Brittle Star, LeftLion and Lighten Up Online, and shortlisted for the Bridport Prize. She won first prize for poetry in the inaugural Brittle Star Writing Competition (2014).Dad’s Slideshow is her debut pamphlet.
Anna Robinson is a Londoner whose first collection The Finders of London (Enitharmon Press) was shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Poetry Centre Prize (2011). Into The Woods was published in 2014 (Enitharmon Press). She has taught at the University of East London, The Poetry School, HMP Brixton, as well as in schools, libraries and public record offices. She is currently the chair of the Friends of Waterloo Library.

Guest Compere - Kate B Hall has been writing poetry for 30 years,she has published two haiku collections and her longer poems have appeared in many anthologies, magazines and journals.

Plus there will the usual open mic to share your work.

Agnes Meadows
Host & Coordinator – Loose Muse Women’s Writers Night(s)
E:   M: 07789-901-667 –

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