April is the cruellest month

Work off the intellectual lethargy of the Easter holiday with three forthcoming readings wot I am giving. All in Londinium. All very different. I’ll be reading from ‘How To Build A City’, a kind of hybrid diary/travelogue/guidebook set around Liverpool Street Station (and to be published in the next issue of The Edgeless Shape). And I might squeeze in the odd poem too. The links below will take you to the relevant Facebook pages. If you don’t have Facebook, the events are but a Google away.

5 April – La Langoustine est morte @ Poetry Cafe
Plus Chris McCabe, Jack Underwood, Sid Bose, Georgina Banfield

10 April – Angel Poetry / Tall Lighthouse @ Borders, Islington
Plus Janice Fixter, Drea King and open mic

13 April – Look Both Ways @ Old Queens Head, Essex Road
Plus Yo Zushi, Niall Spooner-Harvey, Joshua Idehen and more

Do come. It’ll be fun.

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