Chrissy Williams, Wayne Miller, Anthony Autumn and Ruthie Kennedy

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Scottish Storytelling Centre

43-45 High Street

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Exciting and diverse contemporary poetry in the beautiful Netherbow Theatre!

Chrissy Williams is a poet and editor based in London. Her work has been published in numerous pamphlets, magazines and anthologies, including Poetry Review, Poetry London, The Scotsman, Best British Poetry and in ANGELA, a pamphlet which fuses together the worlds of Twin Peaks and Murder She Wrote. She has worked as an editor for over a decade, and edited the UK’s first book on poetry comics: Over the Line: An Introduction to Poetry Comics (Sidekick Books). She is director of the annual Free Verse: Poetry Book Fair. Her first full poetry collection BEAR has just come out from Bloodaxe Books.

Wayne Miller is the author of four poetry collections, most recently Post- (Milkweed, 2016), which won the Rilke Prize (for the best US book of the year by a mid-career poet) and the Colorado Book Award. He has co-translated two books by the Albanian poet Moikom Zeqo—most recently Zodiac (Zephyr, 2015), which was a finalist for the PEN Center USA Award in Translation—and he has co-edited three books, most recently Literary Publishing in the 21st Century (Milkweed, 2016). The recipient of six awards from the Poetry Society of America, the Bess Hokin Prize and a Ruth Lilly Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation, and a Fulbright to Queen's University Belfast, Wayne teaches at the University of Colorado Denver and edits the literary journal Copper Nickel.

Anthony Autumn is a social worker and writer interested in being an intersection between art / community. Ant finds bio tough, has a website always under construction, a publication on hiatus and welcomes all types of collaboration. anthony.a.autumn@gmail.com hoaxpublication.co.uk

Ruthie Kennedy is a poet and part time pop band member from Glasgow. She graduated from Glasgow University in 2016 and founded the creative writing zine "Departures". She is currently working on a secret project which she hopes to complete this summer.

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