28th December 2017

Stephen Daniels
Hazel Hammond
Dru Marland

25th January 2018

Angela France
Robert Walton

22nd February 2018

Alyson Hallett
Julie-Ann Rowell

29th March 2018

Paul Deaton
Ramona Herdman

26th April 2018

Tony Curtis
Cora Greenhill

31st May 2018

Susan Richardson
Claire Williamson

28th June 2018

Martin Malone
Jacqueline Saphra

26th July 2018

R V Bailey
June Hall

30th August 2018

Josephine Corcoran
Lesley Saunders

27th September 2018

Ross Cogan
Anna Saunders

25th October 2018

C L Dallat
Anne-Marie Fyfe

Susan Richardson

Guest Poet: Susan Richardson

Pembrokeshire-based Susan Richardson's fourth collection of poetry, Words the Turtle Taught Me, themed around endangered marine species, will be published by Cinnamon Press in 2018. In addition to her recent residency with the Marine Conservation Society, she is currently poet-in-residence with both the global animal welfare initiative, World Animal Day, and the British Animal Studies Network, facilitated by the University of Strathclyde. Susan has performed on BBC 2, Radio 4 and at festivals both nationally and internationally. She co-edits Zoomorphic digital literary magazine. www.susanrichardsonwriter.co.uk

Claire Williamson

Guest Poet: Claire Williamson

Claire Williamson's latest poetry collection Visiting the Minotaur is published by Seren. Claire has been highly commended in the Bridport Prize (2017) and was runner up in the Neil Gunn writing competition (2017). She's currently studying for a doctorate in Creative Writing at Cardiff University exploring 'Writing the 21st Century Bereavement novel'. Claire writes libretti and has been commissioned to commemorate the SS Great Britain, the outbreak of WW1 and most recently St George's Hall. She is Programme Leader for the UK's only MSc in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes.

31st May 2018, The Swan Hotel, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire BA15 1LN

7:30pm - 10:00pm.

Come and join us at Bradford on Avon's popular reading series, Words & Ears. Bring a poem, story or song to share, or just bring yourself. All performers and listeners welcome: open mic slots always available. £4 on the door.