Malcolm Carson

Malcolm Carson

  • Poetry
  • Saturday, 7th October 2017
  • 10:00am - 11:30am
  • Tullie House
  • £6.00 (includes refreshments)

Poetry Breakfast

Back by popular demand, Malcolm Carson hosts the Poetry Breakfast again this year. Enjoy a coffee and a croissant, or tea and toast (or whatever may be on the menu) in the Function Room of Tullie House. Mingle with other poets and share your love of poetry. This is a relaxed and informal opportunity for you to read one or two of your own poems or short prose pieces. If you don’t write poetry yourself, just read a favourite poem. Malcolm will join in and read some of his poetry. There may be time to read more than one poem, so be prepared.

Malcolm Carson is from Cleethorpes. He studied English at Nottingham University and taught at the University of Northumbria, in Carlisle, where he now lives with his wife and three children. He has published several collections of poetry, has reviewed for Other Poetry and Critical Survey, and was a founder of Border Poets. His most recent collection, Route Choice, was published last year.

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