DH Lawrence, Poet – with Graham Fawcett

I was so lost in the beauty of Graham’s and Lawrence’s words (it’s often hard to spot the boundary between Graham’s own words and the poems he reads…) and the lovely stillness of St Margaret’s Crypt, that I forgot all about modern technology and didn’t take any pictures… I’ll try to remember next time, on November 1st when the mood will change with the poetry of WH Auden.

I will also try to make online booking easier – apologies to those who found it difficult and unsatisfactory (irritating? infuriating?)

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Events

NIGHT WATCHED – Tuesday 19 January 2021 at 7.30 on Zoom

While still hoping to restart live (properly live) readings in the not so distant future, we still cannot plan for them, too many unknowns…

In the meantime, Night Watched will take place on January 19 on Zoom, with Graham High‘s poetic look at the Astronomers Royal and at what it’s like to migrate through space, the inimitable voice of poet NJ Hynes and award-winning author and journalist Oliver Morton reading from his book The Moon: A History for the Future (Economist Books 2019).

Free by invitation. Email irena@in-words.co.uk to be sent a zoom link nearer the time

With thanks to Paul Kley for this fun picture (and for the poetically licensed image of West Greenwich Library’s dome with kite!)