James Nash will read from and talk about ‘Heart Stones’ his latest collection of sonnets from Valley Press which explores his relationship with city and countryside. He is supported in this launch by fellow poet and friend Joolz Denby, whose spoken word performances are the stuff of legend.
James is a writer and poet. Since 2012 his poetry has been published by Valley Press, beginning with selected poems ‘A Bit of An Ice Breaker’ and his first collection of sonnets, ‘Some Things Matter’.
‘Cinema Stories’ celebrating the history of cinema in Leeds and written with fellow poet Matthew Hedley Stoppard came out in 2015.
‘A Bench for Billie Holiday’, was published in 2018, followed by his latest collection of sonnets ‘Heart Stones’ this November
If you are attending in person please register on the corresponding link. Capacity is limited and booking is essential.
To book your place, register on the Eventbrite link here and you will be emailed a Zoom link to the event on Wednesday 10th November at 5.30pm and again at 5.30pm on Thursday 11th. Booking closes at 5.00pm. Please check your spam as well for the email if it doesn’t appear.
This is a free event with an option to donate with all proceeds going to the Leeds Library.