Up the stairs (at the back of the barroom, above the pub name, above) at the Caledonia pub, Catharine Street, in the Georgian Quarter, Liverpool, £5, 7.30 pm spot-on start (but slightly later start than previously)!
FRIDAY 26th February 2016
Lizzie Nunnery is an alt folk singer songwriter from Liverpool. Following the release of her EP, “Hungry,” in 2008, she played a host of venues and festivals across the UK including support for Chris Wood, J.D Souther and Jim Moray. She’s made several appearances on BBC Radio including a live performance on Radio 3. Her debut album was released by Fellside Records in April 2010.
She also writes poetry and we're going to hear it!
'Scott Thurston is a central facet in the recent resurgent brilliance of North Western British poetry in and around Liverpool, Leeds and Manchester. His is an innovative poetic defined by its care, intricacy and sophistication, and his reputation as a seminal and urbane poet over the last few decades has established him as a vital part of the UK’s poetry scene,' writes Stephen Fowler.
Reverses Heart’s Reassembly (Veer Books: London, 2011) (ISBN 978-1-907088-41-4)
Internal Rhyme (Shearsman: Exeter, 2010) (ISBN: 978-1-848-090-3)
Of Being Circular (Knives Forks and Spoons: Newton-le-Willows, 2010) (ISBN: 978-0-9563928-5-5)
Momentum (Shearsman: Exeter, 2008) (ISBN: 978-1905700-32-5)
Hold: Poems 1994-2004 (Shearsman: Exeter, 2006) (ISBN: 0-907562-83-3)
SELECTED CRITICAL WORK
Talking Poetics: Dialogues in Innovative Poetry (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2011) (ISBN: 9781848611917)
|Licensee Laura before the bar|
Storm is run by Nathan Jones, Eleanor Rees, Michael Egan and Robert Sheppard.