WARD WOOD PUBLISHING WOULD LOVE TO MEET YOU
AT THESE NOVEMBER EVENTS
At some of our events there’s a chance for you to submit to be considered for our annual event anthology.
If you can’t make it to the events we also have an international poetry competition judged by Carol Ann Duffy with publication of a 20-page short collection as the prize. Details are on our website www.wardwoodpublishing.co.uk
FOR JOE STEIN’S LATEST CRIME NOVEL
THAT TWISTED THING CALLED TRUTH
Tuesday 1st November, doors open at 6pm but drop in anytime.
Join us in this authentic East End pub near Liverpool Street Station
to celebrate the latest novel by popular crime writer Joe Stein.
There will be nibbles and the bar will be open.
The Commercial Tavern
142 Commercial Street, Shoreditch
London E1 6NU
(Nearest Tube: Liverpool Street, Central Line)
LAUNCH READING BY
PRIZEWINNER IN THE LUMEN/CAMDEN POETRY CONTEST
JUDGED BY CAROL ANN DUFFY IN AID OF THE HOMELESS
Friday 4th November from 6.30pm for a 7pm start
Caroline Squire will read from her prizewinning pamphlet
An Apple Tree Spouts Philosophy
Followed by open mic with a chance to submit poems to the
annual Lumen/Camden anthology in aid of the cold weather shelters.
Admission: £5/£4 in aid of the homeless.
1 Buck Street, Camden,
London NW1 8NJ
(Nearest tube Camden Town, Northern Line)
FRIDAY NIGHT WRITERS
PRESENTS IAN PARKS AND ANDREW OLDHAM
PLUS OPEN MIC AND A CHANCE TO SUBMIT TO THE ANTHOLOGY
Friday 11th November from 6pm for a 6.30pm start
Adele Ward presents poets Andrew Oldham and Ian Parks with their latest collections:
Ghosts of a Low Moon (Lapwing), and The Exile’s House (Waterloo),
followed by open mic for poetry & short fiction.
Swiss Cottage Central Library
88 Avenue Road, London NW3 3HA
(Nearest tube: Swiss Cottage, Jubilee Line)
YOU CAN ALSO SEE OUR POET KEITH ARMSTRONG
AT TWO NOVEMBER EVENTS:
On Monday November 14th he’ll be at the New Beehive Inn Bradford from 7.30pm
reading with guest poet Nick Toczek.
The New Beehive Inn, 171 Westgate, Bradford, United Kingdom, BD1 3AA
There’s an exhibition featuring Webcam Poems on Tuebingen, Durham's twin city in south Germany with poems by Keith Armstrong & photographs by Peter Dixon
in the Durham Room, Durham CC Hall Durham
Wednesday 9th to Friday 18th November Weekdays 9am to 5pm