iamhyperlexic

Contemporary short fiction, poetry and more

Ilkley Literature Festival 2013: Walking the Line and other events

Michael Stewart, Julia Deakin, Gaia Holmes and I will be walking 46 miles along the Stanza Stones route, from 17 to 20 October 2013. This event has a received funding from the Arts Council and is called Walking the Line.

The first leg is from Marsden to Hebden Bridge, and then to Bingley, and then to Ilkley. There will be evening poetry performances in, respectively, Marsden, Hebden Bridge, Saltaire, and Ilkley. Times and venues of these will be announced shortly.

Everybody is welcome to walk with us, and ask us questions about poetry. Some of our fellow Grist poets will be joining us.

I am appearing solo at the Ilkley Festival at 9pm on Monday 14 October 2013, at Ilkley Playhouse. You don’t need a ticket for this event: you can just turn up, and admission is free. The event is entitled Throwing Mother In The Skip.

I am also appearing at Words on Tap at the Chemic Tavern in Leeds on 26 July 2013.

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2 responses to “Ilkley Literature Festival 2013: Walking the Line and other events

  1. Paul Sharratt July 1, 2013 at 9:43 pm

    Will you be walking the line between good and evil?

  2. wthirskgaskill July 1, 2013 at 10:50 pm

    I am glad you asked me that. My personal view is that the 4 walkers represent something like the 4 mediaeval humours.

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