Bad Language in January: Rosie Garland

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Our first headliner in 2017 will be the incomparable Rosie Garland.

Tagged ‘literary hero’ by The Skinny, Rosie’s passion for language was nurtured by libraries. Her debut novel ‘The Palace of Curiosities’ won the 2012 Mslexia Novel Competition & was nominated for both The Desmond Elliott and Polari First Book Prize. ‘Vixen’ was a Green Carnation Prize nominee. Third novel ‘The Night Brother’ is due June 2017.

Her latest poetry collection, ‘As in Judy’ (Flapjack Press) has just been published. She sings with post-punk band The March Violets, & is currently developing a new musical project, Time-Travelling Suffragettes.

Join our Facebook event now.  On our open mic this month is: Anna Percy, Drew Lawson, Jasmine Chatfield, Jimmy the Angry, Joe Darlington, Joy Wassell-Timms, Lily Luty, Miles Hadfield, Trisha Starbrook, With Clarity.

Wednesday 25 January 2017 7.30pm at The Castle pub, Oldham Street, Manchester. Free admission.

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