Wednesday, May 14, 2008

BIRMINGHAM: Poetry Bites at the Kitchen Garden Café, with Zoe Brigley

Tuesday 20th May 2008, 7.30pm
£5 (£4) To reserve a place, email or pay at the door.

Kitchen Garden Café
17 York Road
Kings Heath
B14 7SA

Zoe Brigley grew up in Caerphilly in the Rhymney Valley. She was amongst the first contingent to study on Warwick University’s BA in English and Creative Writing and later she took a MA in Gender and Literature with Germaine Greer. After university, she worked as a journalist for New Design magazine and travelled in Mexico thanks to funds from an Eric Gregory Award. She now lectures at Northampton University. Her collection The Secret is published by Bloodaxe.

Poetry Bites also includes floor spots where you can share your own poetry with an appreciative audience. Please arrive early to book a spot.

The next Making Poetry workshop – Treasures of the City – is on 14th June. There are still places available on all the remaining Making Poetry workshops, but they are booking up fast - the first was oversubscribed.
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