So here’s some snippets of video from our lovely readers last night.
Clare Summerskill reads us Jeffrey, talking about the 1930’s from her oral history of Lesbian and Gay lives, Gateway to Heaven
Rebecca Idris reads from her novel The Sitar
Cherry Potts name checks folk songs while reading from The Ballad of Polly & Ann (Mosaic of Air)
Anny Knight observes the perils of the Lesbian Disco, and suggests a way of getting rid of overstaying guests
And Catherine Blackfeather rescues a selkie…
(Cherry’s mini tour of London for LGBT History Month continues on Friday at Crofton Park Library where she will be reading two-handers from Mosaic of Air with Alix Adams, and at The Cafe of Good Hope in Hither Green next Wednesday, where she is joined by Rebecca and Catherine again, plus V A Fearon. more info here.
Unconnected to LGBT History Month, Cherry is running a poetry workshop 1-3 This friday 21st Feb at the Donald Hope Library, Colliers Wood.
The next Story Sessions is on 12th March, and is Feminist Fables and Folk Tales, for international women’s day.
If you have an idea for a theme and would like to read for The Story Sessions, get in touch
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