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Thursday, August 02, 2007

LIARS' CRAMP: Live Fiction @ Treadwell's London Monday 06.08.07

Monday, 6 August 2007, 7:00 pm
Liars' Cramp
Live Fiction@ Treadwells Bookshop
34 Tavistock Street,
Covent Garden, London WC2
Free entry/Stories on sale
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Liars Cramp is a group of talented London writers, short story tellers and novelists, dedicated to writing and performing live fiction. Formed from a core group of friends who met on the MA Creative Writing course at Birkbeck, the group has had enormous success with publication of their short stories internationally in anthologies and magazines such as Tell Tales, Storyteller Magazine, Pulp, The New Writer and x magazine. Two members of the group have major books coming out in the next twelve months.


WHO IS READING?

Niki Aguirre:
NIKI has lived and travelled widely in the US, South America and Europe. She now resides in London, where she is completing her collection of short stories, 29 Ways to Drown, which will be released in October 2007. Niki studied English at the University of Illinois and graduated with an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck. She's also working on a novel, Transcending the Virtual, is due to be completed later this year.


Harry Whitehead:
HARRY works in film and television. He has published poetry, short fiction, academic articles on anthropology, and he has a book on Nepalese tantric art coming out soon.


Nii Ayikwei Parkes:
NII grew up in Ghana, working as a food technologist before becoming a full-time performance poet; he has since branched into fiction with considerable success. Co-founder of the Tell Tales short story initiative, his oeuvre includes the books eyes of a boy, lips of a man and M is for Madrigal, and Incredible Blues, a CD. He received an Arts Council Award for his recently completed novel, Afterbirth, and is a former associate writer-in-residence at BBC Radio 3.



Also reading will be Matt Loukes.


FURTHER INFORMATION
http://mondayliars.wordpress.com/

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