Writers at the Goods Shed
20 February | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Doors open 6.30pm. Introductory price of £4. Pay at door. Refreshments included.
On each of these ‘WAGS’ sessions, being held in our railway carriage “Mary Jane” behind the Goods Shed, we have visiting published writers from various genres who, for the first half of the evening, will present, read and talk about their work.
Then, after a break for refreshments, there is an ‘open mic’ session in which the floor is open to any writers in the audience who may like to share and read a piece of their own work – just sign up to share as you come in.
Doors open at 6.30pm. Talk/reading/etc begins at 7.00pm.
Michael Bartholomew Biggs:
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs is a semi-retired mathematician but still-functioning poet. He lives in London where he has for twenty years been a co-organiser, with Nancy Mattson, of the reading series Poetry in the Crypt. He is also poetry editor of the on-line magazine London Grip. He has published five poetry chapbooks and four full collections, the most recent being The man Who Wasn’t Ever Here – a speculative poetic biography of his Irish grandfather – and Poems in the Case – a hybrid of poetry collection and murder mystery set in a writing retreat, a “genre-bending volume (which) places an eclectic poetry selection within the framework of a murder mystery and features ten poets caught up in a classic detective story.”
Introductory ticket price of just £4.00 – pay on the door on the night
PLEASE NOTE: These sessions will take place in the “Mary Jane” railway carriage behind the Goods Shed