1st Mar 2012 in Personal, Writing
March is already shaping up to be a slippery little fiend of a month – and I’m sure I will enjoy every moment of it. Join me…
I’m in Edinburgh!
1st March: See Edinburgh’s beautiful buildings lit up with famous quotes as part of enLIGHTen. Download my story ‘Sleep Pictures’ then get yourself down to the Roxburghe Hotel at Charlotte Square to have a listen.
I’m in Glasgow!
4th March: Don’t miss Words Per Minute’s Feminisms special, featuring novelists Helen Fitzgerald and Jessica Gregson, new writing from Amber Sparks and Suzanne Egerton, live music from Two Wings and Doves of Disorder. It’ll be braw.
I’m in London!
6th March: Pop down to the Queen of Hoxton at 7pm to hear me read at The Special Relationship. I’ll be joined by the fabulous Katy Darby, author of The Whore’s Asylum.
I’m in Glasgow Again!
8th March: Draw, listen, talk, laugh, think, create, observe, learn, share as we celebrate the one hundred and first year of International Women’s Day, and the end of a year-long community project raising money for 5 women’s charities. I’ll be reading with fellow lady-writers Helen Sedgwick and Kirstin Innes.
I’m in Copenhagen!
23rd March: I’ll be reading at Copenhagen Central Library at 4pm along with the wonderful writers Allan Wilson, Raman Mundair and William Letford.
And somewhere in the middle of all that, it’s my 28th birthday. Phew. After all that, I will most definitely need a sit-down, a cup of tea, and several handfuls of biscuits.