I’m looking forward to performing at the Troubadour on Monday, along with seven other Cinnamon Press poets. Here’s all the information about the evening from the organiser of the Coffee-House Poetry reading series, Anne-Marie-Fyfe:


mon 11 may: 8-10 pm at the troubadour (263-267 Old Brompton Road, London SW5):


cinnamon press poets with wendy klein, dana littlepage smith, frank dullaghan, catherine m brennan, susan richardson, gail ashton, judy kendall & jan villarubia—introduced by jan fortune-wood

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Editor of independent North-Wales-based Cinnamon Press, Jan Fortune-Wood, introduces Cinnamon poets:


v former psychotherapist Wendy Klein (first collection Cuba in the Blood);

v Dana Littlepage Smith (Black Elk Dances for Queen Victoria) who lives and teaches in Devon;

v banker Frank Dullaghan from Dundalk (On the Back of the Wind) who’s lived in Essex and Dubai;

v Dubliner, Catherine M Brennan (Beneath the Deluge), now on the UEA Creative-Writing MA;

v Susan Richardson (Creatures of the Intertidal Zone), BBC R4’s Saturday Live resident poet;

v Gail Ashton (Ghost Songs)—her biography of Geoffrey Chaucer is due out soon;

v editor of Edward Thomas’s poems/letters Judy Kendall (The Drier the Brighter);

v and New Orleanian Jan Villarubia who lost her home to Hurricane Katrina—Return to Bayou Lacombe is her debut collection.

5 responses to “Coffee-House Poetry at the Troubadour

  1. Thank you for wanting to be there, Sue! I’m sure we’ll meet soon – at Polyverse, for example!

    (Must get back to you about Book Club readings too – haven’t forgotten – just haven’t got to it yet….) x

  2. Why does everything happen at once? I love the Troubadour and would have loved to come see you read, but I already have 2 things booked for that night. Ugh. Enjoy it, though!

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