Events – London’s Première Women’s Writers Night

When? Every second Wednesday of the month.
Where? Usually we are based at our longtime home, The Poetry Cafe, but for the next six months, while the PC is undergoing renovations, we’ll be based at The Sun Pub: 21 Drury Lane (on the corner of Betterton Street so only a few yards from the Poetry Café), London WC2B 5RH
Time? 8.00 p.m. – £6.00 – £5.00 concessions With two brilliant features every month, and a warm atmosphere, why not come and sign up for the  open mic session? Who are you likely to see?  Aoife Mannix and Malika Booker, Editor of Sable Magazine Kadijah George-Sesay, novelist Adrienne Dines, and broadcaster/singer Jumoke Fashola, Sally BlackmoreKatrina Naomi,  Izzy White and many more.

This is Loose Muse’s twelfth year and we’re always looking for ways to open the events up to new artists and increase our reach. So if you’re a female writer, songwriter, artist, poet, short story or flash fiction performer, please come along – your’e welcome.

In the past, we’ve commissioned four new pieces of work a year, putting together a series of highly regarded anthologies. Submissions are closed at the moment, but we hope to open them again in the very near future.

We’ve got plenty of events to look forward to this year…

Host & Coordinator – Loose Muse Women’s Writers Night

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