Prose: BETH MILLER
Poetry: PAUL MATTHEWS
Prose: ROBYN YOUNG
Beth Miller, like Orson Welles, had a strong early career, with many story and poetry prizes. She was a burnt-out case by the age of ten. Now, after long fallow years of pointless academic publications and a lager commercial, she is working on the final draft of a novel. She writes a column for Viva Lewes.
Paul Matthews is the author of two books on the creative process, Sing Me the Creation and Words in Place (both Hawthorn Press) and a poetry collection,The Ground that Love Seeks (Five Seasons Press). Paul was the founder of Poetry OtherWise at Emerson College. He travels widely, offering workshops in creative writing, and reading his poetry.
Robyn Young is the author of the bestselling Brethren Trilogy, set during the Crusades, which has been translated into nineteen languages. In 2007, Robyn was named as one of Waterstone's 25 authors of the future. She has a Masters in creative writing from the University of Sussex and lives in Brighton.
- THURSDAY 10TH DECEMBER 2009
– DOORS OPEN 7 pm, READINGS BEGIN 7.45 pm
If you plan to have supper at the Café, it’s probably a good idea to arrive in time to order and eat before the readings start.
- TICKETS: £5 (£3 unwaged and claiming benefit)
in advance from Skylark (Needlemakers) or at the door on the night.
(for details and map see http://www.needlemakers.co.uk/)