For the first time ever, a piece of my work is being exhibited! Seeing it actually pictured here* suddenly brought home to me, I’d better get it printed off in text form quickly and begin practising: I’m reading it aloud this weekend!
The ME4 Writers, a fabulous group of people who regularly challenge us to come up with submissions to their never-ending stream of ideas, are holding the launch of Letters Home on Saturday. Myself and the other authors will be reading some of the pieces at the Rochester Community Hub/Library, between 1.30pm and 4pm. And according to Sam Hall of ME4, there will be additional treats and surprises!
The idea was to write a letter to or about your home, wherever it may be or was, or what it meant to you. The exhibition runs from Saturday, 3 November – Saturday 15 December at Rochester Community Hub and Saturday, 10 November – Friday, 7 December at Walderslade Village library.
*Mine is on the top left picture on the right hand board – the picture shaped like the Isle of Dogs. It’s called ‘Write Around the River’ and I have to thank Carl at FellowCreative.com for the graphic – saving me from physically cutting and pasting all the words! Photo by Nikki Price.