Loose Muse Event, 14th November 2012

Hi gang,
Trees becoming kaleidoscopic, skies embroidered with fiery ‘chrysanthemums’, bonfires and another Loose Muse night of poetry and word craft….

LOOSE MUSE – London’s Premiere Women’s Writers Night.
Wednesday 14th November – the second Wednesday of each month.
@ The Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton Street, London WC2 (closest tube = Covent Garden),
8.00 p.m. – £5.00 – £3.00 concessions

Features this month:
Natasha Morgan has written a number of plays for her  company “That’s Not It” which were performed at Oval House, The Royal Court, The Almeida and The ICA.  In the ‘80s she had a career as an actress and was on the editorial board of Spare Rib Magazine. She has interviewed a large number of women who wrote and performed for the theatre in this period and these interviews are available through “Unfinished Histories” at the National Sound Archive.

Patricia Foster – A Malika’s Kitchen founder member, Patricia Foster is an internationally published writer (Loose Muse Anthology of Women’s Writing; Red; A Storm Between Fingers; Jupiter Magazine, Norway), a performer, radio broadcaster, coach and educator. Recently back from a featured reading in Oslo, she has performed poetry at many London venues, toured Europe and Chicago, and featured on Sky TV as well as BBC and Dutch Radio. Her writing is “exquisitely sensitive”. Patricia is also a member of female poetry/theatre collective Thea-poets.

Plus plenty of chances to come read your own work from the floor.

Guest Host for November – Isabel White, poet with Goth flair and humour

So come share the passion, share the joy!
Agnes Meadows

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