A brief round-up this Easter bank holiday:
First, up – my talking poetry and sharing poems from Disappear Here and plenty-fish on the Coventry Culture Show at 96.2 Touch FM yesterday. This is on listen again for the next week at: http://platform.sharp-stream.com/client.php?client_id=94&show_id=89106 or at http://www.962touchfm.co.uk/listen-again/ – link on Neil Wilkes, April 15th 2017 – on both from 2 hours 16 mins in.
I’ve also been enjoying working on a big prose & poetry commission, which I’m very very excited about! But that’s just the teaser for now. More details of this to come over the next month or two…
Meanwhile I’m excited to share details of a Goodreads giveaway of copies of my short novella, Kaleidoscope:
Waterstones reading: An Unconventional History of Maidenhood, Mothering and Mistresses
And, as if this wasn’t enough, exciting advance new of a reading at Birmingham Waterstones in October.
An Unconventional History of Maidenhood, Mothering and Mistresses
Waterstones, Birmingham – Thursday 5th October 19:30 – 21:00
Katy Wareham Morris will be performing poetry from her collaborative pamphlet with Ruth Stacey, Inheritance.
Ruth Stacey will be sharing poems from her collaborative pamphlet with Katy Wareham Morris, Inheritance, and her collection, Queen, Jewel, Mistress.
And Sarah James will be reading from her poetry collection, Plenty-Fish, and from her brand new novella, Kaleidoscope.
There will also be a book signing. The Waterstones event page here.
Happy Easter/bank holiday everyone!