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The Currency Of Kindness

Thursday, 18 July, 2019: 2:00PM  Bromsgrove Library, Market Street, B61 8DA

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Enjoy an afternoon of poetry with Jo Bell
Admission free - no need to book
Free tea/coffee & cake available

You might recognise her from the Nationwide adverts; now, as part of the Bromsgrove Festival, the award winning poet, Jo Bell, comes to Bromsgrove Library. Jo will be reading her work, including extracts from her Radio 4 docupoem, Slow Machine and especially for the afternoon, some previously unheard new poems.

Jo is an entertaining speaker, ‘lively, sexy and deft’ according to broadcaster Stuart Maconie. She lives on a narrowboat and writes about her life on boats, and her career as an archaeologist. Her global workshop, the 52 project, brought hundreds of poets together to write in a ‘virtual village’. Jo’s how-to books, including How to Be a Poet and 52: Write a Poem A Week are bestsellers. One of the poets invited to Buckingham Palace as a representative of the country’s finest, the outgoing poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy calls her ‘one of the most exciting poets writing today'.

For further information on this event call 01905 822722 or visit https://www.facebook.com/BromsgroveandCatshillLibrary/

You can follow Jo Bell on Twitter @jo_bell


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