28 August, 2015

Calder and Beyond

August at Kulturá delivered yet another wonderful evening of poetry and great company.

Thanks to Sarah Corbett and Kim Moore for a wonderful night. Sarah delivered a fantastic lecture and feature poet Kim Moore, despite feeling compromised by a bad cough charmed us all. Keith Hutson, read for Kim when her voice faltered. It was a double act celebrating Kim's poetry. The audience really appreciated Kim's efforts to be there and perform when she felt she could have cancelled.

In the words of Bob Horne:

 "Another wonderful evening at Kava, expertly organised by Anthony and Shirley-Anne. Great to meet Kim Moore, whose poems I've admired since I first came across them. And if you don't follow her weekly Sunday blog, begin now - https://kimmoorepoet.wordpress.com. 
Sarah Corbett, clothed in the Calder valley, started things with an engrossing Hughes/Plath-inspired lecture. Andy Smith got us all talking with his reading of Paul Muldoon's 'Why Brownlee Left'. Followed by a rich variety of open mic contributions." 

This month's poetry discussion took place around 'Why Brownlee Left', by Paul Muldoon, chosen and read by Andy Smith. A lively discussion ensued.

10 open mic poets read:

Thanks to Dale and Zveta at Káva Kafe and our sponsors Sheila Wild, the artist James Fearon and The Elmet Trust.

September's Kulturá will feature Peter Riley and Anne Caldwell. We hope you will join us.

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