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On Ventriloquism by Fran Lock

“When I first heard some geezer called Martin Anus had written my life story I was chuffed. Weren’t surprised like cos I know I’m a top bloke and that. 1,073 more words


FEATURE: MILK Poetry @ The Tobacco Factory

Milk Poetry is a grass roots poetry night which has gradually grown to be a well-loved part of the Bristol scene over the past year, offering a friendly and accessible night to poets and non-poets alike. 577 more words

Burning Eye Poets

BareLit 2016!

Last weekend I was fortunate enough to help out at the Inaugural BareLit festival 2016. Dedicated to giving BAME writers the much needed platform and publicity so often… 591 more words


Queer'Say Returns for 2016

We’re delighted to announce that Queer’Say will be back in 2016!

Our first event will be at the Tate Modern on Sunday 22nd May, for an event supported by the Southwark LGBT network. 19 more words


Poet Dean Atta to help make history at UK's first ever book festival dedicated to writers of colour

DEAN ATTA will help make history next month as he joins other acclaimed black authors in the UK’s first ever book festival dedicated to ethnic writers. 273 more words

The Young Empire

Mouthy Workshops: Dean Atta

20th November 2015

The associate Artist programme came finally into being: three great external artists have come to Mouthy and will join the crew for the rest of the year. 534 more words


Spending time with Dean Atta is good for your health

I have said this before and I am saying it again: even if libraries had no health and wellbeing information events or indeed other events they have been evaluated as having a positive effect on our lives, improving our mental and emotional wellbeing, making us feel secure, rooted in tradition and spoiled with free access to… 399 more words