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Angela Livingstone

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Julian Flanagan

picture of Margaret Eddershaw  
Margaret Eddershaw
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Leslie Bell

Angela Livingstone, Julian Flanagan, Margaret Eddershaw and Leslie Bell read poems from their Mica Press books.

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16 October 2017 Books Launch

Angela Livingstone, reading from Certain Roses: Poems 1980 - 2010.
Julian Flanagan, reading from Cooking with Cancer
Margaret Eddershaw reading from Is That All There Is?
and Leslie Bell reading from Archipelagos and recent work.

Venue: the Poetry Society's Poetry Café, 22 Betterton Street, WC2H 9BX

7.30 – 10.30 p.m.

Entry £1 on the door - refundable if you buy a book.

The Poetry Society Poetry Café