Hugo Williams to star at Exeter Poetry Festival

Exeter Poetry Festival is delighted to announce that Hugo Williams will be appearing at this year’s Exeter Poetry Festival.

Hugo Williams was born in 1942 and grew up in Sussex. He worked on the London Magazine from 1961 to 1970, since when he has earned his living as a journalist and travel writer. He has been TV critic on the New Statesman, theatre critic on the Sunday Correspondent and film critic for Harper’s & Queen. He writes the ‘Freelance’ column in the Times Literary Supplement and lives in London. His poetry collections include West End Final, Dear Room, Billy’s Rain and Dock Leaves, for Faber & Faber.

Hugo Williams will be appearing alongside David Constantine at the 2011 Charles Causley Reading in Exeter Central Library, at 7pm on Thursday 6th October.

Keep an eye on this site for updates on the festival programme – due out shortly!

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