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Local Colour

Judith Taylor

with Colin Will and Gerard Rochford

Thursday 25 March 2010

Books and Beans
22 Belmont Street, Aberdeen AB10 1JH

Admission £2

Poetry Aberdeen and Calder Wood Press present the launch of Judith Taylor's new collection Local Colour.

There will also be the usual open mic opportunities.

Local Colour
Judith Taylor

Judith Taylor has been a regular on the Aberdeen poetry scene since 2004. Her 2006 chapbook Earthlight was described as "a warm collection, but with ... an edge"; in Local Colour she brings those qualities to bear on the ghost stories she has always loved, but doesn't believe a word of.

Information and statistics drawn from various sources, including my Granny, the Sunday Post, and the Internet: take with salt accordingly.

Author's note

Gerard Rochford

Judith has invited Gerard Rochford, recently appointed Scottish Review makar, and her publisher Colin Will to be her guest readers.

Colin Will

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