Inky Fingers is heading to pastures new once again in 2017 with this month’s open mic taking place at Monkey Barrel on Blair Street. Starting at 8pm on Tuesday 7 February, come along for a feast of spoken word with award-winning author Lucy Ribchester.
Lucy Ribchester lives in Edinburgh. She writes novels, short fiction and articles about dance. Her short stories have been shortlisted for the Costa Short Story Award and the Manchester International Fiction Prize, and her first novel The Hourglass Factory was longlisted for the Goldsboro Historical Writers Association Debut Crown. Find links to some of her online stories and journalism at lucyribchester.com.
We also want YOU! We want your stories, poems, rants, lists, epic fantasy trilogies set in space, you name it. We’ve had a few sign ups so far so hurry to secure a five minute open mic space. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join us for a night of poetry, stories, and fun! And a raffle!