Canterbury Tales on a Cockcrow Morning by Maggie Harris now available

September 27th, 2012 § 0 comments § permalink

Maggie Harris’s modern take on the Canterbury Tales is now published and available from Cultured Llama. Maggie has a number of launch events in the East Kent area during October and November; many located in the settings of her stories.  She will be reading 7 tales over 7 days and nights in 7 locations with 7 different poets and musicians during the Canterbury Festival, 21 -27 October. Readings take place in surprising places  including a Chinese restaurant – the setting for her tale ‘Doing it like Jamie Oliver’.

Maggie is also taking part in the Folkestone Book Festival, with readings on 5 and 7 November.

You can also join Maggie for Cream Tea and Canterbury Tales at Smiths Court Hotel, Cliftonville, Margate on the afternoon of 18 November.

For more details of all these events, see the Events Page.

Buy a copy of Canterbury Tales on a Cockcrow Morning here.

Poets review ‘A Radiance’ by Bethany W.Pope

September 22nd, 2012 § 0 comments § permalink

Poets David Cooke and Fiona Sinclair praise Bethany W. Pope’s debut poetry collection A Radiance in reviews on poetry e-zines Message in a Bottle and Ink, Sweat and Tears.

David Cooke reviews A Radiance on Message in a Bottle: ‘sinuous, sustained and full of savour, Pope’s verse draws us into the lives of the characters in the American Deep South and creates a world that is convincing and utterly engrossing.’ Read the full review here.

Fiona Sinclair reviews the book on Ink, Sweat and Tears: ‘There are rich characters studies in the collection. Pope much like a novelist concentrates on building and then developing the characters throughout the work.’ Read the full review here.

Bethany W. Pope will be launching A Radiance at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on 25 October 2012. See the Events page for more details. Buy your copy of A Radiance here.

 

 

 

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