Our next event is on Thursday 13th June 2019, upstairs at the John Harvey Tavern, Bear Yard, Cliffe High St, Lewes BN7 2AN.
Doors open 7pm, readings start 7.45pm.
Tickets £5 (£3 students, and the unwaged and claiming benefit) at the door on the night.
Readers: Beth Miller (Prose), Kate Ashton (Poetry) and Jacq Molloy (Prose).
Beth Miller has published three novels: When We Were Sisters, The Good Neighbour, and The Two Hearts of Eliza Bloom, as well as two non-fiction books: For the Love of the Archers, and For the Love of Shakespeare. Her fourth novel will be published in Autumn 2019. Beth teaches on the Creative Writing Programme in Brighton, and works as a book coach for other writers. Website: bethmiller.co.uk
Photo credit: Katie Vandyke
Kate Ashton is a writer and translator. She lived for 25 years in The Netherlands, returning to Scotland in 2003. She has published full-length fiction and non-fiction. Her poems have appeared in UK magazines including THE SHOp, Agenda, Shearsman and Long Poem Magazine, and a first full collection, Who by Water, came out from Shearsman Books in 2016. She co-ordinates the Poetry Platform on behalf of Nairn Book and Arts Festival. Photo credit: Ally Macdonald
Jacq Molloy is an award-winning short story writer and performed playwright. Publications include short stories in anthologies The Brighton Prize, Memories of Clothes and Needlewriters. She was longlisted for the Mslexia Short Story competition in February 2019. She has been a creative writing tutor for fifteen years and also coaches writers and critiques work on a one to one basis. Jacq has a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from Sussex University and is a Certified Writing Coach through NAWE, (National Association of Writers in Education). She teaches for the Open University on both their undergraduate and MA creative writing courses and bans the use of the word ‘perfect’ in her writing workshops! She is currently completing her first novel and working on a short story collection. Website: jacqmolloy.com