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wordfringe 2008

Wordfringe: artwork by Shade Wizard

1–29 May 2008

Week 3

Monday 12 May
Aberdeen Arts Centre

Shetland Night

An evening of words and music from Shetland

Tuesday 13 May
Aberdeen Central Library

All Said and Dunne

The welcome return of Alison Dunne

Tuesday 13 May

Poetic Off Licence

2 Alis & a G stretch poetic licence to its limits by reading short stories too! Cripes!

Wednesday 14 May
Aberdeen Arts Centre

Exploring Narrative Voices

A workshop with Alison Flett

Wednesday 14 May
Tarts & Crafts, Balmedie

New York Dialogues and Island Blethers

Readings from new works by Alison Flett and Martin Walsh

Thursday 15 May
Books and Beans

Four Paris Poets

Jonathan Wonham, Michelle Noteboom, Joe Ross & Rufo Quintavalle

Thursday 15 May
Archaeolink, Oyne

Nick Hennessey

Special Guest Teller

Friday 16 May
Better Read Books, Ellon

Open Poetry Night

Open Mic without the Mic

Saturday 17 May
Heugh Hotel, Stonehaven

Building a Character through Dialogue

in plays, novels, short stories — a workshop with Chris Hannan

Saturday 17 May
Heugh Hotel, Stonehaven

How to move your work forward

A workshop for playwrights new and experienced with Julie Ellen of Playwrights' Studio, Scotland

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All Said and Dunne

The welcome return of Alison Dunne

Tuesday 13 May 2008
6.30pm – 8pm

Aberdeen Central Library [Venue 7]

Admission Free

After last year's excellent 2 Alis & a G performance, Spring Tides Poetry Group invites Alison Dunne back to wordfringe, this time at the Central Libribrary.

Alison Dunne

Alison Dunne is a poet and novelist, short story writer and performer and teaches writing in the community, prisons and university.

Her first chapbook April's Fish was published by Koo Press in 2006.

She has been widely published including by Virago and her work has featured on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Wales (short story and Poetry Please).

She has performed her work in various venues including at the Edinburgh Fringe and the Bloomsbury Theatre.

She is represented by David Higham Associates and is presently working on her first novel for grown ups.

Alison lives near Leicester with her surprisingly sociable teenagers and her dog.

Promoted by

Spring Tides Poetry Group

Supported by

Awards for All
Aberdeen Library & Information Services
Station Hotel


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