I love going to events, I love organizing events, I just love events. There is something about being there in the flesh where people are breathing all together – creating an atmosphere, an energy, a community!
Here’s events I’ll be at, whether as attendee, organizer, or performer!
You can also check out my Five Free Events series for more ideas on events to go to. Get out and get going! The universe is waiting for you.
European Beat Studies Conference 2019, October 2019 – Tickets available here.
Oh what an incredible concert by lead singer of Creed Scott Stapp. His songs were truly empowering. Scott Stapp don’t stapp!
Trying to get involved in the Lit Scene again, was very interesting! Met some fascinating poetry people.
I really needed a writing retreat (or group therapy!), and this really did the trick. Met some incredible people and made some big decisions!
Organized a fundraiser on behalf of Action for Education for World Refugee Day, it was a time.
For my 25th birthday party, had a toilet-themed party and launched a magazine called The Feminist Toilet. Gosh, it was an absolute time.
Check out all the reviews I wrote while attending the Teignmouth Poetry Festival. I had an absolute blast, and hope to go next year!
All the reviews, and the traditional acrostic poem I wrote while attending the Essex Book Festival 2019. Gosh, I love Essex.
An amazing festival in Tamworth, a vibrant community! Definitely worth a visit.
A guest post by a fellow literature lover Andreea Iulia Scridon.
As the Director of PR & Marketing, this was a great time! Avant garde European poetry is always sexy.
Gosh, this fair I finally felt part of the publishing industry, like the young publisher I am! So fab to share the memory with a great friend.
I met Clive while attending EBSN 2018, and when I heard he was gonna be in London and didn’t have a reading lined up yet, I just had to get involved! It was a fab reading, and also included poets Michael Horowitz, Lina A, and Marika Josef.
Oh what a time! And getting to present my documentary “How Howl Made History” to people who care about “Howl” as much as I do was incredible.
Volunteered at this bad boy. So great to see such a full room of poetry organizations!
I love this festival. From 2014 to 2016, I was on the planning committee. This festival empowered me to call myself a poet, and will always have a special place in my heart.
Organized by the EBSN, this was a fantastic weekend in celebration of the 60th Anniversary of Howl! It really got me thinking.