Cultured Llama at Words on Waves

February 7th, 2019 § 0 comments

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/02/2019
6:45 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Harbour Books

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Four Cultured Llama authors are guesting at Words on Waves, Harbour Books, Whitstable on 7 February 2019.

Tickets are £3, which includes a glass of prosecco. They can be reserved in store at Harbour Books or over the phone.

Harbour Books, 21 Harbour St, Whitstable CT5 1AQ
The authors reading are below:

Ben Barton grew up on the Romney Marsh in Kent. Nominated for the Canterbury Poet of the Year Award and the erbacce-prize, he works as a professional copy and travel writer. Also a film artist, Ben’s film Stella Erratica was funded by the late David Bowie, and premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. He lives in Folkestone with his husband and son, beside the beautiful North Downs. Ben will be reading from his new poetry collection, The Hospital (Cultured Llama, 2018).

Mark Holihan, a writer and graphic designer, is a former Californian who has spent much of his life travelling and is now settled in Kent. He is an alumnus of San José State University where he studied graphic design, creative writing and anthropology. Mark will be reading from his poetry collection, There Are No Foreign Lands (Cultured Llama, 2016).

Anna Maconochie was born in London, where she now lives and works. She has had stories published in the Erotic Review, the Dublin Review and the Bitter Oleander. Anna will be reading from her short story collection, Only the Visible Can Vanish, (Cultured Llama, 2016).

Maria C. McCarthy has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Kent, and was the winner of the Society of Authors’ Tom-Gallon Trust Award in 2015. After several years of living in the north Kent village of Teynham, where she wrote in a shed looking out on boats on an orchard, she now lives in the Medway Towns, and looks out on boats on the river. www.medwaymaria.co.uk  

Maria will be reading poetry from strange fruits (Cultured Llama, 2011) and There are Boats on the Orchard (Cultured Llama, 2017); and stories from As Long as it Takes (Cultured Llama, 2014)

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