Haslam – Scaplings – Stubbing Wharf – TONIGHT

IT’S TONIGHT! SEE YOU THERE.

The launch of Michael Haslam’s poetry collection Scaplings, Star Jelly and a Seeming Sense of Soul. Friday 17th February, 7.30 pm, upstairs at the Stubbing Wharf, Kings Street, Hebden Bridge, HX7 5HL. Guest readers Peter Riley and Mark Hinchcliffe. This is Calder Valley Poetry’s first publication of 2017, the first of four which are coming up in the next month. Please come along. It’s free. Someone might even buy you a half. (This is not a promise.)
‘… dialect and science, the meanings of place names, star jelly and deoxyribonucleic acid … the song of where he is, which is the Calder Valley, West Yorkshire and the world …’ (Peter Riley)

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