The evening had mixture of poetry, short stories and even a burst of song much to appreciative audiences liking.
With William Telford’s take on a romantic evening and Karl’s tale of the historical characters a butcher comes across short story writers were strongly supported. The contrast between William’s reality based and Karl’s horror showed the scope that can be captured within the form.
Poetry was well represented (I won’t comment on my own performance) from the spiritual poetry of Susan Taylor to the found spontaneous work of Steve Spense. I have always admired Kenny’s writing and tonight was no exception it simple rhythm and language is worked well to bring over feelings, emotions and thoughts beyond the scope of the subject of the poems.
An enjoyable evening in bright and shining Plymouth Arts Centre studio. I look forward to Cross Country Writers next outing.