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Silence is Golden

by on January 20, 2017

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But there isn’t going to be a lot of silence at this event on 29 & 30 April 2017. Thankfully. In fact, there is going to be a lot of noise, with several well known authors, poets and writers attending. There will be workshops on ever aspect of the art of writing, and at least four panels that have me watering at the mouth already.

How about Jasper Fforde and Jodi Taylor talking about their work? Or an evening listening to Jo Mazelis read her stunning poetry? Or leading soap script writer Rob Gittins talking about writing for TV? If that doesn’t raise your pulse rate a little, well it should.

Tickets will be available soon, don’t miss out.

Oh, and I’ve been rather honoured to be granted a spot too, at The Angel Inn on the Saturday at 1pm. Yes, I know it is a pub, and I’m usually to be found performing in pubs, so  from that point of view I’m right in my comfort zone. And I’m putting together a set based on my genuinely dark material, so there too I’ll be right in my comfort zone. BUT I’ll be talking with a pint close by one hand, so that will be a complete departure, right?

As I’ve been asked recently to show off a little as I’m normally an entirely shy and retiring type, here’s a little taste of a lighter piece that I might perform. Enjoy, and it would be lovely if someone – anyone? – turns up to listen!

 

 

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  1. Reblogged this on writerchristophfischer and commented:
    One of the participants at the Llandeilo Lit Fest: Renowned local writer and open mic champion Will Macmillan Jones

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