Laugh Lines: a celebration of humour in poetry
Friday, 24th April, Settle Victoria Hall
Helena Nelson and Settle Sessions Chair John Killick preside over a discussion and illustration of the great variety of laughter-inducing forms (including dialect) that exist. Helena hails from Fife, where she writes, and runs a very influential small press – HappenStance – well known to the tribes of poets keen to place their work.
Who, or why, or which, or what, is the Akond of Swat?
Edward Lear knew, but if you want to find out you will have to come to the event on Friday, 24th April. Can you complete a limerick beginning:
There was an old lady of Settle….
In such a way that you can make the Committee laugh? If so, there is a good chance it will be read out on the evening. Please email your effort to us via our Contact page.
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Settle Sessions Chair, John Killick