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New Words 2010

Lemon Tree Writers

presenting a reading of poetry, stories and song


Saturday 25 September 2010
11am – 1pm

Aberdeen Douglas Hotel, Aberdeen [Map]

Admission free

If you're interested in live literature, or curious to see — and hear — what a writers' groups gets up to, feel free to pop along. We guarantee our diverse bunch of wordsmiths will keep you enthralled. They are:

Bill Robertson

Bill Robertson is a short story writer and guitar player. His work has appeared in Fife Fringe, Chapman (coming soon!) and the Lemon Tree Writers Journeys anthology. When not indulging his creative urges he makes a living teaching impressionable young people. He wants to write a novel when he grows up.

Cal Wallace

Cal Wallace manifested on Earth to become a famous novelist. However due to cosmic interference he was downgraded to little-known short-storyist. He first burst onto the scene a decade ago. No-one noticed. He'll burst again one day. Perhaps, with the wind in his favour....

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E. E. Chandler

E. E. Chandler is native to Aberdeen. Fairly new to the writing scene, she is working on her first collection of poems and trying out short stories. She writes to remember and reads to forget. Favourite themes include madness, unfamiliar places and failing relationships (sometimes all together).

Kathleen Creighton

Glaswegian Kathleen Creighton worked as secretary, teacher (English, piano, traditional music), band pianist, and occasional writer. She was a freelance journalist, has had fiction and poetry published and performed, written and directed a play, and currently writes a weekly news page for the Deeside Piper. She is now attempting ‘the novel’ before her brain cells die.

Lynn Marsland

Divorced mother of two Lynn Marsland works for the NHS. She has previously had poetry and short stories published by the Sutherland Writers. Now a member of the Lemon Tree Writers, Lynn is working on two novels. Her writing career began at school in Liverpool when she won the junior prize for short story writing aged ten.

Martin Walsh

Kent-born Aberdonian Martin Walsh began writing after a long career in marine biology. He draws his inspiration from the people, voices and wildlife encountered down the years.

Robert Ramsay

Robert Ramsay published his first book of poetry, Driving Back, in 2009. He writes of the countryside, the land and sky, the light that shines on it, its flora and fauna, people, and of farming, of love, West Africa, of aging. He has been a members of Lemon Tree Writers since 2002.

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