Thursday, 30 June 2011

Invitation to the Launch of Dream Catcher 24....

Paul Sutherland, the editor of Dream Catcher, would like to invite you all to the launch of Dream Catcher 24.
Thursday 7 July at 7pm
Launch of Dream Catcher 24

Come and join us in the celebration of the launch of Dream Catcher 24. The issue is an extraordinary blend of national and international writing, from Turkey, Nigeria, Ireland, USA, and from the UK. Well-known authors such as Graham Mort, Myra Schneider, Tony Roberts, Ian Parks, Mario Susko, Micheal Henry and Chris Hardy are featured and Abigail Morley (short-list for the Forward Prize Best First Collection, 2010).

Humorous stories from the USA; translation of Ingeborg Bachmann, excellent artwork and reviews of such writers as the Austrailian Sandy Fitts and UK poet, Josephine Dickinson.

Dream Catcher is as much fiction as poetry, as much national as international. It knows no barriers or borders. It aims for diversity and excellence, to encompass all subjects and all forms of writing to represent the contemporary world's cultural mix. Contemporary Writing for Contemporary Readers.

To celebrate the launch, poets reading include: Marilyn Donovan (from Kent published by Cinnamon Press) * Chris Hardy (London, Original Plus Press) * Alan Dunnett (MA Screen Course Director at the Drama Centre London), * Steve Allen (London, Indigo Dream Press), * Mike Lyon and Patrick Drysdale translators of Ingeborg Bachmann and editor/poet * Paul Sutherland who’ll be reading from his new pamphlet Spires and Minarets.

On the night, with each purchase of Dream Catcher 24 you will recieve a back issue free.

Taking place at:
Pages of Hackney,

70 Lower Clapton Road
, London E5 0RN
020 85251452

Dream Catcher is available at and
My books - Seven Earth Odes, Spires and Minarets and April Renga are now available at Beetroot Books

No comments: