A Night at the Museum Part 1: Exeter Poetry Festival October 5th 2013 – Launch of ExLibris Press and the ‘Making History’ pamphlet
Saturday 5th October 2013
We plan to publish a series of pamphlets in both hand-sewn, beautifully produced and designed limited editions and as iBooks with voice recordings of each poem and other added features.
‘Making History’ is our first publication, in partnership with Royal Albert Memorial Museum
It poems from Devon poets Mark Totterdell, Becky Gethin, Graham Burchell, Sally Flint, Denise McSheehy, Ian Chamberlain, and Simon Williams the winning entrants in an open competition judged by Damian Furniss and Julie-Ann Rowell.
INFORMATION FOR PRESS
ExCite Poetry, the UK Poetry Society stanza for Devon, cordially invite you to attend the launch of ExLibris, the first UK poetry press to produce high quality electronic poetry pamphlets using Apple technology, with full voice recording of poems by their authors, as well as limited editions in hand-stitched hardcopy.
The launch will debut the first pamphlet; an anthology response to the collection of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, by local school children and established and emerging poets basedin Devon. The museum will be closed to the public, however exhibition spaces will remain open for your perusal.
Prosecco and soft drinks available.
Date: Saturday 5th October 2013
Time: 6:00 – 7:00
Location: The Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Queen Street, Exeter, EX4 3RW
We look forward to seeing you on the 5th. Please RSVP by responding to email@example.com. Thank you.
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