Tag Archives: Fringe

My Writing Life – Update

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Yesterday saw the end of the Worcester Litfest and Fringe which was 10 days of epic performances and events, a packed programme and for those involved a crazy, energy zapping experience.

I have just sent proof copy and bio back to hark Hark this morning, the magazine has published ‘Clenched’ and it out later next month (July)!

I have caught up with one email account and checked my writing diaries for current opportunities. I am now going to write a festival review before creating some poems and filling out the July diary.

Looking forward to reviewing this month, it has been a packed one!

Offline for the Literature Festival

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Worcester Litfest and Fringe started last night with the hand over of the City laureateship to Fergus McGonigal. Well deserved.

I was asked to be a Poet on the solstice walk on the old hills (Malvern hills) afterwards, but it would have meant not being home until around 1a.m, I was asleep way before this time.

I will endeavour to keep posting and review the events in live time from Worcester.

But in case you are faced with radio silence, know that I am active in the real world of writing and I will be back soon to tell you all how it has all gone!

 

Have a great week! WLF Laureate1