Wednesday, 4 March 2009


Morning all.

On Monday at the Festival I bumped into Frances Ann King, a recent graduate from the BA Creative Writing at Bath Spa. She's already making waves as a poet in her own right - see, for example, Editor's choice this month in Rialto magazine. Excellent stuff. If you fancy catching up with what the current crop from the MA Creative Writing are up to, check out New Writing at 8.30pm at the Rondo tonight.

My other tip for the day is Jenni Murray at 4.30pm in the Guildhall. But I'm sure that was already on your radar.

Out of interest - on this day in 1861, Honest Abe was inaugurated (see yesterday's post). On the literary front, on this day in 1852, Gogol died. Meanwhile, John Terry is 30 today.

Sam 'The Uncommon' Reader

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