Special LSL – The Northern Line book launch

The Northern Line, the debut poetry collection from Listen Softly London founder Dominic Stevenson, is being officially launched on Monday 29 June, 7.30pm – and you’re invited!

Entry is free, but booking a ticket is recommended. You can do that………..here.

I will be reading from my collection and the event hosted by my friend the writer, and founder of the award winning Bad Language, Daniel Carpenter. Then you’ll be treated to some, well, real treats…

Adrienne Burris

Adrienne is a writer, storyteller, and teacher from South Carolina. She is a student on the MA Writer/Teacher programme at Goldsmiths, University of London, where she studies creative writing pedagogy for children with autism spectrum disorders. You can hear her performances at The Moth, Spark London, and Natural Born Storytellers. She is a Moth StorySLAM winner and has published short fiction in The Eunoia Review. 

Adrienne is on Twitter @AdrienneGoes

Sarah Sheldon

Sarah is a London-based writer (journalism mainly, having covered everything from the Lithuanian laxative market to Panamanian presidential elections). She began performing stand-up in 2012 and was a finalist in Jewish Comedian of the Year, 2014. Her humorous and honest writing has recently been featured as a series of blogposts on Illustrated Guide to Life blog.  She is co-founder of Shake The Tree, a monthly comedy night in North London. 

***“A truly funny and honest voice on the London circuit”, Cynthia Levin

***“Like a short, curly-haired Jewish Alan Bennett”, Sarah Cuddon, producer for BBC Radio 4 

As part of this year’s Camden Fringe, Sarah will be performing alongside stand-up Saban Kazim in their first ever show “Saban & Sarah Do Stand Up” at the Etcetera Theatre on 15th and 16th August at 6pm. Find out more, and book your tickets.

Sarah is on Twitter @sarahlsheldon

Paul McVeigh

Paul McVeigh’s short stories have been published in literary journals and anthologies, including New Century New Writing and Rattle Tales 2 anthologies, Harrington’s Fiction Journal, the Flash Flood Journal and The Stinging Fly. He has also written for the theatre, and his BBC commissioned short story, ‘Tickles’, aired on Radio 4 last year.

He is the director of the annual London Short Story Festival and his first novel, The Good Son, was published by Salt Publishing in early 2015.

The launch will take place at The Crown, Southwark, SE1, at 7.30pm on Monday 29 June.

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