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Mixed Spice: Inscribe Poetry & Fiction Weekender

Note: We are already at 50% capacity. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

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Fantastic reviews in Caribbean Beat

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#RayRecommends Tiphanie Yanique

Raymond Antrobus talks about the Forward Prize and Tiphanie Yanique's debut collection, Wife.

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News from Maya Chowdhry

Inscribe-supported writer Maya Chowdhry is off to the Arran Poetry Adventure and will use the time to finalise the manuscript for her forthcoming chapbook, Fossil.

She has recently contributed 'Tea with Roget' for an augmented reality app, Beacons for Science, as part of European City of Science, Manchester. Visitors can download the free app during the festival, or have afternoon tea in the Portico Library on 28 July.

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#WATCH: John Lyons reads from Dancing in the Rain

Check out John Lyons reading from his CLPE (CLiPPA) Award-shortlisted collecting for children, Dancing in the Rain.

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#WATCH: John Lyons' thoughts on poetry

Following his nomination for the CLPE Award (CLiPPA), John Lyons spoke with CLPE about his inspirations as a poet, which poems he remembers from his childhood, and why poetry is important, among other things. You can watch the videos below.

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Chapeltown Word Junction 2016

Sunday 10 July, 11am-3pm
Inkwell, 31 Potternewton Lane, Leeds LS7 3LW

Building on the successful launch of the Chapeltown Word Junction collection (housed at the Reginald Centre library), this popular event returns to once again showcase an eclectic sampling of Chapeltown writers and publishings about Chapeltown. Expect a range of stimulating poetry, prose, performance and discussion that crosses genres and the ages.

Celebrating Creativity in Chapeltown

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Book Launch: Tracing Jaja by Anthony Kellman

Friday 8 July, 7pm - 9pm
Barbados High Commission, 1 Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3ND
Free, but booking required

The Barbados High Commission and Peepal Tree Press present the London launch of Tracing Jaja a novel by celebrated Barbadian writer, poet and musician, Anthony Kellman.

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Peepal Tree Social with guest writer Anthony Kellman

Friday 15 July, 6pm - 8pm
Peepal Tree Press
17 King's Avenue
Leeds
LS6 1QS

Peepal Tree Press presents an evening of fiction and poetry with celebrated Barbadian writer, poet and musician, Anthony Kellman.

A poet, novelist, and musician, Tony is the originator of the Barbados poetic form, Tuk Verse, based on the rhythms of Tuk, the island's indigenous music.

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Wenmimareba Collins Klobah features at 20 Poetas en la 20: poesía pa'l barrio

Thursday 23 June, 9-11pm
La Grilla Liquor Store (Ave. Fernández Juncos, Santurce)

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