It’s getting mighty cold outside these days, and it’s extremely tempting to stay wrapped up warm inside. But trust us, it’ll be worth venturing out on Sunday 25th November to see the fantastic trio of poets we’ve got lined up!
Our headline poet for November is Graham Fulton, the author of dozens of poetry pamphlets, collections and other publications. Ian McMillan praises his work highly, saying:
“Graham Fulton uses memory, observation, and invention to create a heady linguistic soup that uses poetry to make sense of the world; there’s compassion here, and anger, and a burning desire to illuminate places that don’t often get the poetic torch shone on them. Read and enjoy.”
You can find out more about Graham at his website.
Graham will be supported by our new poet, Peter MacKay, and the Shore Poet reading this month is Claire Askew.
There will also be live music from Skotebi.
The venue is Henderson’s at St John’s, Lothian Road, Edinburgh
7.45 pm to 10.00 pm
Sunday 25th November 2012
Bar from 7.15pm
Arrive early to nab a good seat!
Admission £5 / Concessions £3
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