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Saturday 27 April 7.15pm

Poetry in Palmers Green

St John's Parish Centre, Bourne Hill, N13 4DB  

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Matt Barnard’s first collection, Anatomy of a Whale, was published by The Onslaught Press in 2018. He has won and been placed in competitions including The Poetry Society’s Hamish Canham Prize and the Bridport Prize and his work has appeared in a number of magazines. Matt was born in London, where he still lives with his wife and their two sons.

Lynda How has used her poetry to explore the past, her family and places. After a break from poetry, she has returned to writing and is using objects, prose and images as a starting point for new work. She has won the Torriano poetry competition, been published in Artemis, Brittle Star and has published several pamphlets produced by the Poetry School.

Myra Schneider’s new publications are Lifting the Sky, (Ward Wood Publishing, 2018) and her pamphlet Five Views of Mount Fuji (Fisherrow Press 2018.) Other publications include books about personal writing. She is a consultant to the Second Light Network and tutors for the Poetry School in London. She is currently working on a project with the artist Robert Aldous.

Tim Waller, an American poet, writes about his Southern and Midwestern roots.  His poetry has been published in London and the US. He has been successful in competitions, securing equal first place in the Barnet Competition and being shortlisted in the Troubadour Prize. He has performed his poetry at many venues, including Torriano, Fourth Friday, and the Dugdale.

Pam Zinnemann-Hope’s first collection, On Cigarette Papers, was shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Centre Prize. She adapted it for the Afternoon Play and acted in it. Foothold travels through the seasons and ecology in Thomas Hardy territory, through deep time, music, love in old age. Some of her poems have been set by composer David Dubery. Pam is also a children’s author.

Entry £5 (£3.50 concessions)
Books for sale Refreshments Book in early for open mic
Compere for this evening: Martyn Crucefix

Contacts for PPG: Myra, 020 8886 1329
or Katherine, 020 8881 1418.


Parking in nearby streets. 10 mins walk from Palmers Green Overground.
329 Bus from Wood Green, or from Enfield to Bourne Hill. 121 Bus from Wood Green to
The Triangle, 8 mins walk.
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