Stop all the clocks! We’re having ‘A Moment In Time’
Submissions Open Now
All welcome on the night
Thanks to all the wonderful people who have talked, tweeted or written about us (not to mention all those who sent something in) we are delighted to announce our line-up for Sunday 21st which looks like being as spinetingling (in a slightly different way) as our November event.
Our readers will be (not necessarily in this order):
Emily Koch (Bristol)
Writer & journalist, newly in possession of a masters degree – and, hurrah! – an agent
Patrick Widdess (Newport)
Writer, poet, photographer & journalist (who likes where he lives)
Mark Rutterford (Bristol)
Stokes Croft Writer and performer (expect more than words)
Dan Gooding (South Glos)
Library guy, student, TV and film extra. You wanted to hear him in Stroud? You can now.
Louise Gethin (Writers Unchained)
writes Anecdotes of Love and Death (especially death)
Shirley Wright (Writers Unchained)
prize-winning poet, novelist, choco-and cato-holic
Sally Hare (Writers Unchained)
plotter of allotments, teller of stories, banger of drums,
Ali Bacon (Writers Unchained)
updates websites (yes this one), brings people together, occasionally writes
Come along and see what they’ve come up with for our #lovehangover theme.
Yes, as you may have heard our new and improved Sunday Night Stories get-together WILL take place on Nov 1st from 6 – 8 pm when you can snuggle up in the bar at Southbank Club Bedminster and let our members and guests make you shiver or smile with their spine-tingling stories.
If you are within striking distance of Bedminster and have a chilling or thrilling story to hand (or can rustle one up in a hurry!) please send it to us by Wednesday October 21st. We’ll pick those we like best and invite the authors to take up our three guest slots on the night.
Please read our submission guidelines before you send us anything and only submit if you can come and read on the night. We’ll let you know by October 28th if you’ve been selected.
There is no entry fee (or prize!) for this BUT
The full ticket price is £5, by the way, to include spooky refreshments. (Cash only.)
So whether you’re a reader, writer, or someone who likes a bit of entertainment, don’t let Sunday evening get you down. Come along and be part of the Southbank scene, and let us tell you a story.