Saturday, November 28, 2015


I'm reading with Irish poet, Tony Curtis on Friday 18th December at the Fremantle Arts Centre - my writers' group Xmas party. Curtis is a regular visitor to Western Australia, and I first heard him read at Walking on Water in 2003. I purchased his collection The Book of Winter Cures and from then on have added to the pile with Folk and his children's book An Elephant called Rex. Curtis was born in Dublin in 1955, he studied literature at the University of Essex and Trinity College, Dublin. As well as being available for readings at Irish and International festivals Tony Curtis is an experienced facilitator of poetry and creative writing workshops with both adults and children and is a regular contributor at the Clifden Arts Festival. His latest collections are Pony (2013), and Approximately in the Key of C (2015). I hope to buy his latest on the day!
I will be reading from my novel The Ozone Cafe


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