Sometime on Sunday, 24th April, saw the launch of Omar Sabbagh’s Morning Lit: Portals After Alia and Edward Raggs’s And Then the Rain Came. With Omar in Dubai, Edward in Beijing, and people watching in the UK, the United States, and elsewhere around the globe, there was a confusion of time zones (morning, noon and night). But everyone agreed the readings were fantastic. “A great way to spend a Sunday” as someone commented.
Thursday 24 March saw the second in our Readers’ Series events with brilliant readings and discussion from David Batten, Tracey Iceton and Helen May Williams reading from Rotterdam, Rock God Complex and June and discussing the elusive lines between fact and truth, memory and plausibility.
If you missed the event you can catch up with the recording here and use the discount code to buy their books (and others)
Thursday 3rd March saw the launch of two of our latest series of pamphlets, Bonnie Thurston’s Forgotten Futures and Journey by Sue Lewis.
Bonnie and Sue gave wonderful readings of their work and there were some fascinating questions, afterwards. If you couldn’t make the evening, you can catch the recording here.
Thursday 20th January saw the first in our Readers’ Series events featuring three poets whose work intersects with visual art in different ways: Nigel Hutchinson, reading from Do not enter alarmed area; Richard Douglas Pennant, reading from Esser Amato Amando and Nick Jones reading from Still Life and Night Journey.
Adam Craig led a lively discussion and there were great questions from the audience. If you couldn’t make the evening, you can catch the recording here and the discount on books lasts until March 1 2022.