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Saturday 26 October 2019 7.15pm

Poetry in Palmers Green (with music from the Helios Consort)

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

201910 poetry in palmers green oct 2019

6.45pm for 7.15pm

With music from the Helios Consort

Michael Bartholomew-Biggs has published five pamphlets and four full collections since 1998. His latest book is Poems in the Case, a genre-bending volume which places an eclectic poetry selection within the framework of a murder mystery. He edits the poetry section of the online magazine the London Grip and runs Poetry in the Crypt with poet Nancy Mattson.

Michael Loveday's debut poetry pamphlet He Said She Said was published by HappenStance Press (2011). Three Men on the Edge, a hybrid of prose poetry and short-short stories, was published by V. Press (2018). His poems have appeared in PoemThe RialtoThe Spectator and Stand. He is a tutor of creative writing in Adult and Higher Education in Bath. 

Sonia Jarema was born in Luton to Ukrainian parents and now lives in Enfield. Her poetry has been published in South, The North, Stand, The Interpreter’s House, LitWorld2 and Envoi. Her novel was longlisted for Penguin WriteNow 2016/2017 programme. Palewell Press published her debut pamphlet Inside the Blue House in April 2019

Katherine Lockton is an Anglo Bolivian poet living in London. She is co-editor and publisher of South Bank Poetry.  Her work has appeared in places such as Magma, Poem. The Spectator, PN Review, and Hallelujah for 50 ft women (from Bloodaxe Books.) She is also Editor at Large at Flipped Eye Publishing.

Kaye Lee is an Australian living in north London. Now retired from working in health care for 40 years, she has time for reading and writing poetry. She’s been published in poetry magazines and anthologies and won prizes in competitions. Belonging to poetry groups such as Palmers Green Poets, Enfield Poets and Second Light Network gives her encouragement.       

                          

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

Contacts for PoetryinPG: 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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