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An Evening with York Writers

I spent this evening in the upstairs room of the Brigantes Bar and Brasserie in Micklegate and enjoyed hearing ten members of York Writers rehearsing contributions to their forthcoming showcase. This will take place  on 27th March from 8 p.m. at York City Screen as part of York Literature Festival and promises to be a very good evening. The pieces I heard included both poetry and prose, with subjects as far apart as canopy dwelling sloths and chewing your own hair!

As the meeting was also billed as a ‘Local Writers’ Night’, I was happy to be invited to participate and read a couple of stories from my own collections.

More information about York Writers can be had from http://yorkwriters.webs.com



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