Zata invited to read at The Poetry Café, Saturday 13 December, 7:30pm
I have been invited to read at The Poetry Café on Saturday 13 December. Publicity material for the event is below:
Platform 1 is a wonderfully eclectic night of poetry and spoken word at The Poetry Café, hosted by Ernie Burns and Amy Neilson Smith. This month’s event features:
Mishi – a devoted Stalwart Football fan, his work, often written in a real-life, working man’s rhyme is honest and hilariously self deprecating
Zata Kitowski – a jewel of antithesis, her collection Doppelgangers is published by Heaventree Press
James McKay – since graduating from Cambridge, his lyrical work and mastery of Victorian classics has stolen many a show
Elphara – a violinist whose music will pluck your heart strings
The night also boasts generous open mic opportunities. Actress, poet and playwright, Amy Neilson Smith‘s first collection Dark Matter will be published by William C. Harris in the Spring. Her short plays were produced recently at The Orange Tree Theatre and she has just returned from a Residency on the Isle of Jersey. Ernie Burns has two new collections, The Impotence of Being Ernest and When London Finally Gave In and Started to Love. Set to be a fabulously fabulous night!
Many thanks to Amy and Ernie at Platform 1 for the invitation.