Thursday, December 01, 2005

Brighton Poetry & Book Festival

Update: There is now a full page on the festival with a picture of yours truly. The press release has been changed.

I'm off to Brighton, UK next Thursday, and will be staying 8-10 December as part the Brighton Poetry & Book Festival 2005. This is organised by John Davies (better known to some as Shedman). More info can be found on the website of The South and the press release follows. I will also be conducting a seminar on sound art at the University of Brighton on Friday.

BAD LANGUAGE: Brighton Poetry & Book Festival 2005

Open Days @ Brighton Writers’ Centre
49 Grand Parade Brighton BN2 9QA
Monday 5 December to Friday 9 December 2005

Brighton Writers’ Centre will be holding Open Days when you can come and see the building, and meet poets and writers who will be dropping by. From Thursday 8-Friday 9 you may be able to meet up with Ciaran O’Driscoll, Mark Whelan and Robin Parmar, some of the poets from Limerick who have come over especially for the festival.

You’ll be able to see examples of some of the work in progress on a project about the Centre by Interior Architecture students at the University of Brighton. You’ll also be able to take part in impromptu workshops and discussions, and see examples of work from THE SOUTH’s recent projects.

Home to THE SOUTH, QueenSpark Books, Waterloo Press, Pighog Press, Club 94, and Survivors Poetry Brighton, Brighton Writers Centre is located in the emerging Cultural Quarter of Brighton, near The Jubilee Library, The Laines, and the beach. With offices and workshop rooms, Brighton Writers’ Centre provides a focal point for writers, publishers, agents, promoters and readers in the city.

For more information contact:
John Davies
Brighton Writers' Centre
49 Grand Parade
Brighton BN2 9QA
07810 272791
Literature with a new direction


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