How to be a writer without ending up sozzled, behind bars or insane
Monday, September 27, 2010
Pics from Didsbury Arts Festival
Some more photos from Didsbury Arts Festival. Nick Royle reading yesterday afternoon from his bird stories and some of his audience outside Fletcher Moss cafe (where the RSPB was founded), and the Tibetan dancers and musicians who followed him.
Elizabeth Baines is a writer of prose fiction and plays. Her latest book is Used to Be, a collection of short stories (Salt). Salt also publish her previous collection, Balancing on the Edge of the World (2007), her novel Too Many Magpies (2009), and a reprint in 2010 of her first novel The Birth Machine. Elizabeth has won prizes for her stories and plays including a Giles Cooper Best Radio Play Award and received Sony radio nominations.