Open mic spots are NOW AVAILABLE for the next Bad Language on February 28.
We are delighted to bring one of our favourite writers, and one of the finest poets in the country, to our event at Gullivers this month. We’ve been doing events with Helen Mort since pretty much our inception, so it’s always great to have her back on our stage. If you would like to join her, Open mic slots are available now and can be obtained by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Full open mic roooolz here.
Helen Mort is a lecturer in the Manchester Writing School at Manchester Metropolitan University. She has published two poetry collections with Chatto & Windus, ‘Division Street’ (2013) and ‘No Map Could Show Them’ (2016). Her first novel and short story collection are forthcoming and she recently edited ‘One For The Road: An Anthology of Pubs and Poetry’ with Stuart Maconie. In 2017, she won the Mslexia prize with her poem ‘Vanishing Point’.
PLEASE NOTE: There is very limited capacity for this event, so arrive early to avoid disappointment.