We have been preparing the event for months now, so hope to see you there! Here are a few of the photos: some of the poets on a trip to the site, some inspirations for costume and set and our lovely poster!
Book here – http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3005336
Entry to the tea party doesn’t need to be booked, but if you want to go on the walk you should as spaces are limited.
Here are some photos from Roundabout Nights on 9 March 2017. Guest headliners, Connor Sansby and Neanderthal Bard, plus open mic slots from Setarah Ebrahimi, SM Jenkin, Razz Saunders, Jonathan Terranova, SFH, Jo Murray, Matt Chamberlain, Luna Travers, Phil Kane, Sam Rapp, Clair Meyrick, SFH and a musical interlude from Didi Bergman.
In the past few years, Wordsmithery has published a range of anthologies, plays and pamphlets. They are all available on our website, or by emailing us for more information on bulk and non-UK based orders.
Anthologies: City without a head: our 4-star anthology offering an alternative take on life in cities. An assemblance of judicious heretics: our gorgeous full colour anthology of art, poems and stories inspired by ‘The Road Not Taken’.
Pamphlets: The Unbearable Sheerness of Being: Barry Fentiman Hall’s personal Odyssey around the Isle of Sheppey. Beautiful Monsters: Sam Hall’s collection of 6 short modern day fairytales.
Plays: Zero Down: Sarah Hehir’s powerful story about staff on a zero hours contract. Child Z: Sarah Hehir’s 5-star play about a girl caught up in a child sex exploitation ring. My Mind is Free: Sam Hall’s play about 4 victims of human trafficking.
To purchase any of these books please head on over to Wordsmithery.
Roundabout Nights last night (10/11/16) featured the launch of Goose, a chapbook by the conceptual poet described by George Szirtes as “Harpo Marx meets Rilke”: Ira Lightman. (Book out on Diehard Editions). With support from Dan Simpson, Philip Kane, and performances from Neill Razz Saunders, Sam Rapp, Sam FH, Joanne Murray, Clair Meyrick, Maria McCarthy, and BFH.
Coming up on 5 December we have the launch of Frater XII Irrumabo’s short story collection Fear Death by Water. See the Facebook page for more info.
Here are some photos from Roundabout Nights presents Bill Lewis – Now and Then.
Readers in our first half were Sam Rapp the dyslexic poet, Neil R Wood, Clair Meyrick and Barry Fentiman-Hall, then Bill read poetry from the start of his career right up to now, accompanied by anecdotes.
Thanks for the pics to David Bahia, Marilyn Simpson and Chris Tong.
We are very proud to announce that the legend that is Bill Lewis will be at Poco Loco on Monday 15th February 2016 reading pieces from The Medway Poets days right up to material from his forthcoming publications.
Poco Loco, 58 High Street, Chatham, ME4 4DS.
15 February 2016, 7.30pm start.
Free. Open mic slots are available in the first half of the evening. Please book via our Facebook event page.
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