2008 Programme

Here’s a programme for the Great Grog poetry readings in Edinburgh from now until February 2009. The ‘and one other’ entries don’t represent a vacant space. I’m just waiting for confirmation from a couple of people. Some brilliant evenings of live poetry lie ahead, as you can no doubt see. I’ll give more information on the individual poets in due time, but you can google most of them.

I hope that some readers of this blog will make it along to these events. I’m always pleased to hear from people who would like to read, by the way – email me if you’re interested. I’m going to form a small committee to make the decisions on who reads after February (other than those few who have already been booked of course).

I’ve given links to the April 2008 poets. Tom Pow’s home web page, Joy Hendry’s Chapman web page (she is editor of Chapman, Scotland’s top literary magazine), Margaret Christie’s chapbook at HappenStance Press, and an astonishing interview with Elizabeth Gold from 2003, following her brief experience of teaching in a high school.

Sunday 13th April, 2008
Tom Pow
Joy Hendry
Margaret Christie
Elizabeth Gold

Sunday 8th June, 2008
Kapka Kassabova
Mike Stocks
Eleanor Livingstone
Jim Carruth

Sunday 14th September, 2008
Michael Schmidt
Helena Nelson
Dorothy Baird
Charlotte Runcie

Sunday 12th October, 2008
Kei Miller
Hamish Whyte
Rob A. Mackenzie
Alice Howlett

Sunday 9th November, 2008
A.B. Jackson
Colin Will
Patricia Ace
James W. Wood


Sunday 8th February 2009
Tim Turnbull
Andrew Philip
Andrew Shields
(+ one other)

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And previously at the Great Grog:

Sunday 10th February 2008
Cheryl Follon
Hazel Frew
Alexander Hutchison
Christie Williamson

Sunday 4th November 2007
Roddy Lumsden
AB Jackson
Andrew Philip
Rob A Mackenzie

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    • Cailleach
    • February 28th, 2008

    Good stuff Rob – keeping a record of it is a good idea and piques my interest for sure!

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