Wednesday, Oct 17th, 16-17.30 pm Clare Best at University of Sussex: Launch of The Missing List plus seminar on 'Quests for truth in the age of truthiness', with Lyn Thomas. FREE event. 
 
Wednesday, Oct 24th, from 19.00, Clare Best book launch with Kay Syrad and Jeremy Page at The Elephant & Castle, Lewes, BN7 2DJ. Readings from 19.30

Friday 2 November, 13.00-15.00 Helena Nelson workshop at Poetry in Aldeburgh: The Three ‘P’s of getting a Poetry Pamphlet Published.

Friday 2 November, 19.00-20.00 Clare Best (with Kay Syrad, Meryl Pugh, Kate Davies): Inlands and Outlands. https://www.poetryinaldeburgh.org/friday-2018

Friday 2 November, 20.30-22.00 Ramona Herdman (with Martin Figura, Helen Ivory, Stuart Charlesworth, Lewis Buxton, Julia Webb) – Norwich Café Writers Committee Poets. https://www.poetryinaldeburgh.org/friday-2018 

Saturday 3 November 11.30 am-13.30: Fiona Moore (with Emily Hasler, Patricia Helen Wooldridge, Elizabeth-Jane Burnett): Poets Who Swim and Steal the Sea https://www.poetryinaldeburgh.org/saturday-2018

Saturday 3 November 17.30-18.30 pm: Chrissy Williams (with Clare Pollard, Sasha Dugdale, Zaffar Kunial, George Szirtes): Modern Poetry in Translation: Ted Hughes AND HUNGARY https://www.poetryinaldeburgh.org/saturday-2018

Saturday 3 November 8.30-10.00 pm: Will Harris (with Victoria Adukwei Bulley and Caleb Femi): The Complete Works Poetry https://www.poetryinaldeburgh.org/saturday-2018

Sunday 4 November 9.00-9.45 am: Will Harris Breakfast Lecture. https://www.poetryinaldeburgh.org/sunday-2018 

Sunday 4 November 11.30 am–12.30 pm Richie McCaffery (with Pam Thompson and Jonathan Edwards): Passport with Strange Fashion: Second collections. https://www.poetryinaldeburgh.org/sunday-2018

Sunday 4 November 1.00–2.00 pm: Helena Nelson introduces Alison Brackenbury, Matthew Stewart and Rosie Shepperd: Poetry of Food and Cooking.https://www.poetryinaldeburgh.org/sunday-2018

 

  Full colour photo of big hall with comfy chairs set round in a huge semi circle, big polished floor space and a man taking a photo of the person who is reading (who we can't see -- they must be behind the camera).