A ROOM TO LIVE IN: A Kettle’s Yard AnthologyLAUNCH EVENING
FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER 6.30pm
Free - everyone welcome
With readings by Ian Patterson and Sharon Morris and music by Anton Lukoszevieze.
To celebrate the first 50 years of Kettle's Yard, Salt is publishing an anthology of new poetry and prose featuring thirty of our best writers, edited by poet Tamar Yoseloff.
Friday, November 30, 2007
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Kettle's Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Contributors include: Alan Bennett, Anne Berkeley, Meredith Bowles, Richard Burns, Michael Bywater, Clare Crossman, Tony Curtis, Fred D'Aguiar, Jane Duran, Elaine Feinstein, John Greening, David Hare, Jeremy Hooker, Sue Hubbard, Martha Kapos, John Kinsella, Rod Mengham, John Mole, Sharon Morris, Ruth Padel, Ian Patterson, Jacob Polley, Andrea Porter, Lawrence Sail, Fiona Sampson, Sarah Skinner, Ali Smith, Robert Vas Dias, Susan Watson, Neil Wenborn, Tamar Yoseloff.
"You know those dreams where a door opens into further rooms in a familiar house, rooms you never knew were there? Kettle's Yard opens up like that, and so does this anthology in its honour. Freedom, intimacy, space and the unexpected are all realised in the poems and reflections. The book is filled with pleasure" — Dame Gillian Beer
Published in hardback 30 November 2007