Inspired by Landscapes:
23 April 2022
We are looking forward to welcoming two Settle Sessions poets for a reading at The Folly, in Settle, starting at 5:15pm. Pheobe Caldwell will read from Listening to the Landscape, published in 2021 (an event postponed from last December). Heather Lane will be reading from her first pamphlet, Elliptical.
Tickets (£6) are available from Limestone Books, Market Place, Tel 01729 268180 or at the door.
Phoebe Caldwell is a Settle resident and well known as a member of Settle Sessions Poetry. She is a practitioner in Intensive interaction, working mainly with children and adults on the autistic spectrum. She has over 30 years experience with people whose severe learning disabilities are linked with behavioural distress. In 2009 she was awarded the Times/Sternberg Award for pioneering autism treatment.
Heather Lane was born in north Cornwall, and now lives in Littondale, North Yorkshire. She spent thirty years in Cambridge as an academic librarian and curator, only sporadically finding time to write poetry. She now works as a cultural heritage consultant to libraries, archives and museums across the UK. She is the Honorary Curator of the Museum of North Craven Life in Settle. She will be reading from her new pamphlet Elliptical, which is published by Fisherrow.