All the words! Monday 23 March

Listen Softly London is excited to be welcoming more fantastical poets and story tellers to our stage on Monday 23 March, 7.30pm at The Crown, Southwark.

Clare Mulley is a member of the Highgate Poets, studied poetry with Don Paterson at St Andrews University and was awarded a place on the prestigious Christopher Tower Poetry Summer School at Christchurch College, Oxford in 2012. She was recently shortlisted as Young Poet Laureate for London and is poet in residence for StAnza 2015. Her poetry has been published by Tower Press and the Great British Write-off. @Simply_spiffing

Daisy Thurston-Gent is a performance poet and spoken word artist currently based in London. She was a 2014 Hammer & Tongue regional slam finalist and represented Cambridge in the team slam at the National Finals held at the Royal Albert Hall. She loves travel and has even taken to the stage at the infamous Bowery Poetry Club in New York and was a special guest at last year’s Book Week at St. George’s school in Rome, Italy. @daisytgpoetry

Lewis Buxton Lewis Buxton is a London based writer and events producer. In 2013 he founded Burn After Reading Presents, a poetry evening promoting young writers, and has hosted some of the best poets working in the U.K. During the day he works for First Story, a creative writing charity, and works as a freelance workshop leader and host for live literature events. His poems have recently won a judge’s commendation for the At War poetry competition and been published by Kumquat Poetry, Paper Swans Press and AYP Publishing. @lewisbuxton93

Further guests will be announced in due course!

Tickets are £3 or £5 and can be booked here.

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