Jennifer A McGowan reads her take on Sleeping Beauty, Briar Roses at Oxford’s Albion Beatnik.
Join us at 7pm on wednesday 15th March at
The Brockley Deli 14a Brockley Cross SE4 1BE
for Retelling Tales – expect anything from myth and Cinderella to Frankenstein and Jane Eyre given a new coat of imagination.
here’s a sample (Jennifer reading Hecuba from Troy: Seven Voices at Lewisham Library)
Liam Hogan I, Igor (Story)
Math Jones: Frejya (poem)
Zoe Brigley: Letter to Leda on Getting Married and My Last Rochester (poems)
LMA Bauman-Milner Glass & Blood (Story)
Neil Slevin A Gaelic Chieftan (poem)
Joy Howard: Melangell and the Hare, Olympus Inc, Living to Tell the Tale (Poems)
heres a sample (Joy reading Draco at Keats House)
Here are a couple of videos – from headliner Jennifer A McGowan, reading Lot’s Wife Considers Reincarnation at our International Women’s Day event at Lewisham Library,
Join us at The Brockley Deli 14a Brockley Cross SE4 1BE at 7pm on Wednesday 15th March, for these and more somewhat surprising retellings of old stories.
Introduction to her fascination with witches
and her take on the witches from Macbeth, The Weird Sisters on the Make
You can next catch Jennifer reading her work at Retelling Tales, The Story Sessions, 7pm Wednesday 15th March, at The Brockley Deli 14a Brockley Cross SE4 1BE
and 7.30 Thursday 16th March at West Greenwich Library, Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8NN
A modest celebration, but nonetheless, our own.
join us tonight at 7pm at Lewisham Library, Lewisham High Street, SE13 6LG where Jennifer A McGowan will read from her new collection With Paper for Feet, and Arachne owner, Cherry Potts will read from our other recent Poetry collection, Joy Howard’s Foraging.
here’s a glimpse of what’s on offer
Jennifer reading Phantom Pains in which past lives catch up
Joy reading Red Frock, Green Frock, celebrating the joys (and otherwise) of siblings.
Join us at Lewisham Library, Lewisham High Street SE13 6LG at 7pm tomorrow, Wednesday 8th March, for poetry steeped in mythology and fairy tales, in which women step into the limelight and raise their voices.
We are celebrating International Women’s Day on Wednesday 8th March at 7pm with Jennifer A McGowan at Lewisham Library Lewisham High Street SE13 6LG. FREE!
Expect poems about women, especially those who speak up for themselves!
Here’s a poem from With Paper For Feet read by Jennifer A McGowan at Oxford on Friday at the lovely Albion Beatnik:
A Sort of Love Story
You can hear more from Jennifer at Lewisham Library, Lewisham High Street, SE13 6LG this Wednesday 8th March at 7pm, free entry, and refreshments laid on by the lovely library staff. It’s International Women’s Day, so expect a lot of poetry from a female perspective.
Readings galore coming up.
Tonight in Oxford: With Paper for Feet author Jennifer A McGowan is at Albion Beatnik 7.30pm and tomorrow at North Kensington Library 108 Ladbroke Grove
North Kensington, London W11 1PZ at 2pm reading from the collection of myth based poems.
Here’s a sample from the launch: White Woman Walks Across China With Paper for Feet