Not the Oxford Literary Festival

April 4th – 6-8 pm Albion Beatnik Bookstore (Walton St, opposite The Big Bang)
 
FREEEEEE
Forget paying sky high prices at the Oxford Literary Festival to see the same people say the same things they have and will at dozens of other faceless events across the country. Oxford has more than just hundreds of years of heritage, it is a city full of vibrant, exciting contemporary literature, the kind of culture squeezed from generic festivals.
Come to the city’s most exciting bookstore, dedicated to the beat, to travel, music, cutting edge literature , and poetry, and see some of the very best writers, spoken word performers, and music you’ll find today, for FREE.
Featuring:

lucy ayrton
slam poet extraordinaire and hammer and tongue regular

penny goring


commander-in-chief of the new libertine movement, author of the forthcoming collection of shorts and poems zoom zoom

anna hobson


star of oxwords’ no reading alone and the life force of oxford creative writers

dan holloway
literary death match winner, author of the man who painted agnieszka’s shoes, contributor to transgressive anthologies

renee sigel

wonderful poet and part of the ground-breaking art and poetry shawback seo services  redemptions collaboration

helen smith
author of alison wonderland; “at the very least a minor phenomenon” (the times)

with music from the one and only Rabid Gravy

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  1. Pingback: The New Libertines. Year Zero on tour in 2011 « Year Zero Writers

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