Thanks to Rob de Kok, who has invited me to appear at his Cafe non-Fiction gig next Wednesday night, 27th November 2013.
He’s given me an interesting brief:
“I prefer non-fiction work/true life poetry but from what i remember that’s what you do anyway. You can develop a theme if you like.”
True life poetry eh? I had hoped people thought I made it all up.
Rob runs Co-West, which is, he says:
“… Coworking space, the new way to make sure you have a space for your creative drive. Co-West is there so you have a reason to get up in the morning, shake the cat off your lap, put on some real clothes and go in to work. It’s where your art becomes a job. Coworking spaces are where people work independently together- sort of like having a fully-equipped office but no boss. They are places where you can write that draft, plan that project, tease out that article, sculpt that collection and finally wrap a routine around your craft.”
– Cafe Non-Fiction 2 –
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Settle back for another great night of published prose, poetry readings, gentle live music, a little drama and your personally chosen non-fiction moment.
THIS MONTH: Bring your favourite non-fiction book and read one crucial page to us!
As usual we’ll stir the pot with our (now patented!) unique version of ‘Two-way Q+A’, and provide lovely food and a few vinyl tunes to fill the gaps.
= Wine, coffee and soft drinks available by donation =
$15 / $10 members/concession
== In the Salon at Co-West: 6.30 / 7pm kick-off ==
PLEASE NOTE::: Last month was awesome but a little crowded. Book early!
Reserve your place on faceook or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org .