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.
We are delighted to say that Wordsmithery (the team behind ME4Writers) was the Winner in the 2015 Literature category in the Medway Cuture, Design and Tourism Awards held on 22 October 2015, at Mid-Kent College.
The 2015 Culture, Design and Tourism Awards serve to recognise groups and individuals for their outstanding achievements and contribution to Medway.
We’d like to thank everyone who has collaborated with us first as ME4Writers, and now as Wordsmithery.
Some images from the launch event of our lit-art exhibition. More to follow soon. Thanks to Marilyn Simpson and David Bahia for these. The exhibition is on at Rochester Library until the end of September, and there is a booklet of all the writing which can be read in the library alongside the artworks. You can also order a limited edition catalogue-anthology of the project from www.wordsmithery.info
As part of Medway’s World Peace Day activities, we are holding a peace-themed Roundabout Nights on 21 September at Poco Loco. Those wishing to take part should contact us on the Roundabout Facebook page – otherwise turn up and we will do our best to fit you in.
from the people formerly known as ME4Writers. Head over to www.wordsmithery.info for the most up-to-date stuff!