Dusk: Video – Redruth – Padstow Farewell

The Story Republicans perform Padstow Farewell

for DUSK at Redruth

BSL interpreted by Debbie Harvey

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the book, and the ebook only from us now! Not in shops until June

Dusk: Video – Redruth – The Standstill

Connie Crosby reads The Standstill, by Roselle Angwin

for DUSK at Redruth

BSL interpreted by Debbie Harvey

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk. (This one is previously published, so make the most of the video!)

You can buy the book, and the ebook only from us now! Not in shops until June 21st

Dusk: Video – Redruth – I am Dusk

Melanie Young reads I am Dusk, by Alannah Egan

for DUSK at Redruth

BSL interpreted by Debbie Harvey

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk. (This one is previously published, so make the most of the video!)

You can buy the book, and the ebook only from us now! Not in shops until June 21st

Dusk: Video – Redruth – Daylight Savings

The Story Republicans perform Daylight Savings

by David Hartley

for DUSK at Redruth

BSL interpreted by Debbie Harvey

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the book, and the ebook only from us now! Not in shops until June

Dusk: Video – Redruth – Dusk is Dark

Katie Kirk sings Dusk is Dark

poem by Andrew Lanyon, set to music by Katie Kirk

for DUSK at Redruth

BSL interpreted by Debbie Harvey

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the book, and the ebook only from us now! Not in shops until June

Dusk: Videos – Greenwich – all this

Math Jones reads John Richardson’s poem, all this

All about dusk, but not winter.

This poem and all the other unpublished poems and stories are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can preorder the print version, and buy the ebook, now!

ONE MONTH TIL DUSK

Actually looking out the window right now you could be forgiven for thinking it had already arrived:
One month, one hour and a few minutes from now DUSK will arrive and wend its way south and west from Aberdeen to Redruth, in a wave… of words and music.

WE HAVE OUR FUNDING! In my head I am doing Kermit-like yaay‘s with much waving of arms, but the calm exterior belies it. Must stay calm and get on with the work! No time for frivolity. Haven’t actually sent the yes, thank you stuff to ACE yet, saving that for tomorrow and a clear head.

Thanks also to Feast, Cornwall County Council, Nottingham City Council, Kelston Records and all the private individuals who have made or donated crowd funding rewards, or given us money through the crowd fund or individually, and all the organisers who have been giving their time free so far in confidence that we would get there. What a brilliant crowd of people.

Tickets will be available very shortly.

Shortlists, posters and all that jazz, also VERY soon.

Yaay!!

Here’s a little logo to prove it.

 

Solstice Shorts Video: The End of Everything

The final video from Solstice Shorts Festival 2016: Shortest Day appropriately entitled The End of Everything, this Short Story is by Liam Hogan. Read by Ray Newe and BSL interpreted by  Martin Fox-Roberts,  21st December 2016 at West Greenwich Library London #ACEFunded

Catch us on tour

Saturday 04/02/2017 2pm North Kensington Library
Poems: Bob Beagrie, Lisa Kelly, A J Akoto. Story: Katy Darby, Liam Hogan, Pauline Walker, Cherry Potts  FREE but TICKETED

Buy the book: Shortest Day, Longest Night

Help us crowdfund for the rest of the tour and the next books including Liam’s first full collection, Happy Ending NOT Guaranteed, which we are publishing in April.

Solstice Shorts Video: Bite

Bite a poem by A. J. Akoto, read by Ray Newe and BSL interpreted by Martin Fox-Roberts at Solstice Shorts Festival 2016: Shortest Day 21st December 2016 at Made in Greenwich Gallery London #ACEFunded

Catch the final stop on the book tour, where A. J. will be reading, alongside fellow poets Bob Beagrie and Lisa Kelly. Also stories from Katy Darby, Liam Hogan, Pauline Walker, Cherry Potts

Saturday 04/02/2017 2pm North Kensington Library
FREE but TICKETED

Buy the book: Shortest Day, Longest Night

Help us crowdfund for the rest of the tour and the next books

Solstice Shorts Video: in diminuendo

in diminuendo, a poem by Scott-Patrick Mitchell, read by Ray Newe and BSL interpreted by Paul Michaels at Solstice Shorts Festival 2016: Shortest Day 21st December 2016 at Made in Greenwich Gallery London #ACEFunded

Catch us on tour

Saturday 04/02/2017 2pm North Kensington Library
Poems: Bob Beagrie, Lisa Kelly, A J Akoto. Story: Katy Darby, Liam Hogan, Pauline Walker, Cherry Potts  FREE but TICKETED

Buy the book: Shortest Day, Longest Night

Help us crowdfund for the rest of the tour and the next books