Saturday, 20 February 2010
I will be part of the Sussex Writers Performance at Dorset Gardens Methodist Church, (Off St James's Street), Kemp Town, Brighton, BN2 1RL.
SUNDAY 28th FEBRUARY 6.15pm for 6.30 pm start.
Free - all donations will go to two charities supporting the people of Haiti
Debbie Waldon started acting at New Venture Theatre in Brighton. She is currently filming a new Simon Pegg movie. She has several published pieces.
Pam Vincent is a prize-winning poet. Born in the Bronx, Pam came over to London to study Keats and stayed. She's written poetry and prose, including Losing It, which won the Scintilla short poems contest in 2003 and 'Getting away from Mama,' published in 'Uncut Diamonds' by the Maia Press that same year.
Selwyn Veater is a local poet who has had about 40 poems published in magazines.
Evlynn Sharp is a poet, visiting lecturer and creative writing tutor in the community. Her plays have been performed in theatres such as the Birmingham Rep and recorded by the Riverside Studio. CDs include Awakening Love and River in the Heart. She has given poetry performances in the UK, Eire and Berlin.
Jane Rusbridge her debut novel, The Devil's Music, is published by Bloomsbury. She lives in West Sussex and is associate lecturer in English at the University of Chichester.
Marie-Claire Menary is currently working on a novel and also writes poetry, short stories, flash fiction. She has just completed three articles commissioned for Leaf Books' new creative writing magazine. She lives in Hove and teaches English for bread-and-butter.
Anne Marr is a former journalist who has also worked in local government and for charities in England and Scotland. She now lives in Seaford and is re-writing her fantasy novel with support from tutor Umi Sinha at Hillcrest Community Centre, Newhaven. Anne is a member of New Writing South.
Ged Duncan is sometimes to be found in a cabin in Dorset, sometimes in a garret
in Brighton. He is the author of the Sydney the Smuggler trilogy. www.gedduncan.info
Hansa Chudasama is currently writing a collection of short stories about her family and their lives in a small town in Kenya spanning over three generation and continents