Just heard from Ness Owen, author of Mamiaith, and co-editor of A470, that her Penrhos poem is featured in United Kingdoms on Radio 4 Monday 31st January at 2.15. There’s not much info on their website yet, but set your alarms or catch it later on Sounds!
If you are interested in the publishing side of getting a book out where you can get your hands on it, you might be interested in reading the blogs I’ve been doing for Inpress on The Bookseller Marketing Conference that took place last week – only last week? – on a very hot day on the South Bank.
If you are coming along to the Ealing Library Panel for Cityread you can pre book via the library or just turn up, but tickets are £2. Or if you let me know you are coming, I can let the library know your name – however you still have to pay!
On the subject of Stations, I was at a ‘reading aloud’ workshop where we all read a short extract and gave feedback on presentation, techniques etc. – I read the first few pages of Bloody Marys from a print-out, and one of the women there said “Wait, I know this story! Isn’t it from a collection? Something to do with trains?” It made my night!
So there you go, complete strangers have read and recognised Caroline’s work. Result!