As we lug our suitcase of books from one reading to the next, we are getting to know corners of London we’ve never been to before, which gives a fresh perspective on both the variety and sheer size of the city. I don’t think of it as a City really, more as a series of interlinking towns and villages, (a bit like a country in its own right) some of which are surprisingly close and some of which really aren’t. Ealing was nearer than I thought! We were fantasising last night about an Arachne charabanc or possibly just a taxi (complete with driver, obviously), all liveried with the web logo. But until the day someone buys me that as a present (HINT) it’s the good old underground.
Anyway, enough of that: The LGBT History Month stories!!
Sarah Feathers reading from Dara by Jessica Lott
Gloria Sanders reading from Tasting Flight by Catherine Sharpe
Adam Ganne reading from Mirror by Cherry Potts
Paula Read reading from her own story, All Change at Canonbury
You don’t get me reading Leaving because having set the camera up I failed to stand where it could see me!
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