Peepal Tree is off to Calabash, Jamaica
Founding editor Jeremy Poynting is off to Jamaica as an invitee of the Calabash Festival at Treasure Beach. Calabash is a three-day festival of readings and music with other forms of storytelling folded in the mix. Jeremy will be taking part in a conversation, a “Reasoning” session with Linton Kwesi Johnson and Kwame Dawes. Click on to find out who's appearing, and the link to the full schedule.Read More
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Smartt, Ramlochan, Miller, Lowe & Audible's Pride List of Queer Storytelling
Dorothea Smartt, Kei Miller and Shivanee Ramlochan feature on Audible's Pride List of Queer Storytelling, organised in conjunction with Out on Page. Peepal Tree poet Adam Lowe was also invited to recommend two items to add to the list.
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