A message from Martin Penny, of Oxfam:
We would be pleased if you could join us on Wednesday May 16th 7-10 pm, for a celebration of the launch of Lung Jazz, an anthology of young British poets, from Cinnamon and Eyewear presses. All proceeds from the sales go directly to Oxfam. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided.
The Lung Jazz Celebration will be at Goodenough College, London, in Bloomsbury, The Churchill Room.
Some of Britain's best young poets reading one poem each in support of the anthology:
FIRST HALF 7 PM
Todd Von Joel
Jacob Sam-La Rose
SECOND HALF 8.30 PM
Tiffany A. Tondut
London, WC1N 2AB
For map see: http://www.londonhouse.org.uk/location/
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