The3 Sounds of Wycombe and Poets …

25/09/2017 // by Jan Moran Neil

‘The Sounds of Wycombe and Poets’ by Ms Paige Turner
It’s a busy week. Well, it’s National Poetry Day on Thursday so you might expect me to be so. Last Saturday the Gerrards Cross Festival hosted eight poets reading their own word wares and also hosted ‘Rhyme & Reason’ prize winners. This anthology has raised over £60,000 for the Iain Rennie Grove Hospice over the past 27 years and I am proud to be part of its history. Jill Wallis who has been the editor and beacon for some years is needing to spend more time on her own Masters so anyone interested in keeping this tiny literary gem going, contact me and I will pass your details on to Jill. The festival raised a good sum (TBA) for Mind and Iain Rennie. I read and did the bits in between.
I will be performing from my collection ‘Red Lipstick & Revelations’ at Hazlemere Library this coming Thursday from 10.30 am for an hour. Free Entry and coffee and biscuits.
And if you missed me this morning on Wycombe Sound Radio/Mid Morning at 11.00 am then you can get me on catch up.
Creative Ink classes for the Spring Term begin on Tuesday 9th January for 5 weeks. £180 to include up to 3000 word assessment/editing/proof read and coffee and biscuits. Email me for an enrolment form and syllabus.
Sorry if this is all a bit ‘admin’ but as I say, it’s a busy week.

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