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St Andrews 4th -8th March 2015

StAnza 2015: 4-8 March in St Andrews

One of the top poetry festivals in the UK, StAnza is famous for its friendly atmosphere and international focus, the place to hear favourite poets, discover new voices and enjoy the beautiful town of St Andrews and StAnza�s lively festival hub. Featuring readings, performances, discussions and poetry inspired installations and exhibitions. Sin�ad Morrissey, Carolyn Forch� and Simon Armitage are among the headliners, also Writing MotherhoodThe Shipwrecked HouseSealegs and A Modern Don Juan.  This year�s themes are Unfinished Business and An Archipelago of Poetry and there will be a food and drink focus Plus workshops, a masterclass and open mic events. From 4-8 March  www.stanzapoetry.org  

Ripon 13th March 2015

Philip Knight performs poems to the Guitar of Mike Gosling to launch his first volume of poetry
'Prometheus'

The Ripon Spa Hotel Ripon
Friday 13th 7.30pm
disabled access

Cardiff 14th  March 2015

Writing for Wellbeing Conference - Lapidus Day 2015

You are warmly invited to the Lapidus Day 2015: Writing and Words for Wellbeing Conference on Saturday, 14 March at Cardiff Metropolitan University, Llandaff Campus, from 10am until 6pm (registration from 9am). 

The day will include presentations by keynote speakers Jeff Wallace, Professor of English at Cardiff Metropolitan University, and Fiona Hamilton, writer and therapeutic writing facilitator and author of Bite Sized.

There will be a variety of stimulating workshops followed by a plenary session with open mic. Click here for more details and programme.

London 18th April 2015

Sat. 18th April 2015 Poetry in Palmers Green Readers: Jacqueline Gabbitas, Fred Beake, Martyn Crucefix, Mimi Khalvati and Dilys Wood. Music: The Helios Consort http://heliosconsort.co.uk/plus open mic - sign up early to read.  6.45 for 7.15pm at Parish Centre, St John�s Church, 1 Bourne Hill, N13 4DA. �5(�3.50 concs). Refreshments. Books for sale. Contact Myra 020 8886 1329 myrarschneider@gmail.com or Katherine 020 8881 1418 mail@katherine-gallagher.com