London – 13th May, 7pm – 9pm – Harrisons Bar, 28 Harrison Street, London - reading alongside Alex Wylie and Lisa Kiew. This is my first real event in London in years - so if you know me, and don't hate me overly, come along - Alex and Lisa are always good and I know some bawdy jokes.
Belfast – 8th June – 8.00pm-9.30pm – The Crescent, Belfast - alongside Miriam Gamble and Alex Wylie! This is with the Belfast Book Festival. Come on. I'll buy you a pint.
Edinburgh – 25th July – 7.30-8.30pm -Pollock Halls, Edinburgh - in association with Suiss.
Glasgow – 8th May, 5.30 pm –7pm– Glasgow, City Halls - with other writers who have worked in the OPen University - including the mighty Maureen Boyle! More details to follow.
11th May – The Little Bookshop, Cookham – 2 pm
Thursday 21st March – The Scottish Poetry Library, 5 Crichton's Close, Edinburgh – 7.00pm
This is a triple launch with the wonderful Beverlie Bie Brahic, Nina Bogin and Eoghan Walls. I can't wait to see their work, and hope I don't stand out too much with the paucity of b-s in my name. £3 in - here's the website. Scottish pals - I will of course be going for a pint afters - I'll buy you one.
Friday 22nd March – Waterstones, Kings St, Lancaster – 7.00pm
This is here in Lancaster. Free wine, free entry. If you want cake, pm me ahead of the event: I'll see how far my budget stretches.
Monday 25th March – The Central Library, Foyle Street, Derry – 6.45pm
Back home in the DC! Free entry - and they only do coffee and tea and biscuits, but it will be right across from Sandinos, so we can head there for pints afters.
Tuesday 26th March – The American Bar, Dock Street, Belfast – 7.30pm
Back in Belfast! This one's in a bar - with the bright star of Marcella Prince - so if you are about, pop in for a pint and a poem!
The Lancaster Words Festival concludes with Paul Muldoon, in conversation with fellow poet, Eoghan Walls. This will be a great chance to see Paul Muldoon, the worlds most widely read anglophone poet, who has won nearly every award there is for poetry including the Pulitzer, in conversation with my little self. I am really looking forward to it, if not a little star-struck.
For more information please see www.lancaster.ac.uk/lancasterwords or email: email@example.com
Poetry Reading with Eoghan Walls and Graham Mort
Monday3rd July, 8pm-10pm: County Common Room, Lancaster University
Evening Reading with Eoghan Walls and Graham Mort, County Common Room, County Main.