As is often the case, just when the diary is beginning to look a bit sparse, things happen. There are already things in the pipeline for 2017 – exciting, collaborative things amongst others – and 2016, having been a dismal year on so many levels, will find me back out and yelling at people a couple more times after what’s been my most active year on the spoken word circuit to date.
Two very different events will find me deliverying different sets at opposite ends of York on Saturday December 10th and Sunday December 11th.
The 10th is a fundraiser for Syria, hosted by one of my favourite poetry-writing activists, Laura Munteanu. It’s at the Fulford Arms from 6pm – 8pm. Entry is by donation. There will be a stall, and I will have books on it. ALL proceeds from sales of my books will go to the evening’s nonimated charity, Human Care Syria. The Facebook event page is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1797569633848781/
The 11th sees the official launch of the Stairwell Books anthology More Exhibitionism. I’m immensely proud, and flattered, to have had a short story selected for inclusion in this prestigious collection. Really, it’s a big deal. I may or may not read ‘Take a Picture’, but I will be performing in the intimate and sometimes intense setting of the conservatoy of The Exhibition pub on Bootham. It’s a 6:30pm start and will be done by 9pm. The Facebook event page is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/199613443778525/
Both events will be ace.
And in other news, the print and ebook edition of The Rage Monologues is available now via all international Amazon outlets and other on-line retailers around the globe. https://www.amazon.co.uk/RAGE-Monologues-Christopher-Nosnibor/dp/1326822446/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1480802810&sr=1-1
Buy now and get it in time for Christmas. Give it to someone you love. Or maybe someone you hate.