Wednesday 12th May 7-10pm
£4 and £2 to BRSLI members and STUDENTS!
BRSLI website: http://www.brlsi.org/
News just in about the launch evening!
BlazBlue goes Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/gamesblog/2010/may/10/blazblue-art-vitaliv
We are very fortunate to have Blazblue: Calamity Trigger starting their launch with the Bath Japanese Festival!
Carrie Etter will be reading haiku from her collection in progress "The Broken Kite"
Carrie's collection The Tethers is out now, published by Seren.
Carrie's blog: http://carrieetter.blogspot.com
The Origami Picnic Corner by the lovely people from Bristol's I Love It magazine. Create an origami animal for the night and keep to take home with you!
Renga: splicing spontaneity into your writing
with Alan Summers
Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights, 14-15 John Street, Bath
£24 with wine.
Bookings: Writing Events Bath:
Alex/Jude mb. 07811501978
Saturday 22nd May 3 – 5 p.m.
Japanese Renga Group Poem Workshop
Bath Central Library, Library entrance at The Podium Shopping Centre, Level One, Bath
Comments from previous renga workshops:
"we really enjoyed the renga event...it was a very intensely creative act, and I was really struck by the renga form itself, what it could be capable of...a whole new poetic energy" Mark, University of Winchester
"Thanks again for a wonderful poetry session."
Yu Yan, U.S. citizen currently visiting Bath
"I just wanted to thank you again for such a great event...I want to do some more!"
"Thanks so much for yesterday's renga event - it was fantastic! Really got the creative juices flowing. Let me know when the next one is, I will definitely attend!" Tracey, Bath
"Looks like I missed a fantastic event..I hope to be at the next one."
Caroline, Bristol (she was!)
" More! More! " Libby, Bristol
"It is so tempting to get involved in renku/renga with all the excitement you...generate." Melinda, USA
2010 Bath Japanese Festival :
Book Arts, Films, Haiku and Renga and a lot more!
May 12th - 23rd 2010
With Words (Alan Summers) and Rachel Carvosso of Tokyo Art Beat & Japan Editor for Bristol's The Love of It in Partnership with:
Bath Libraries; Nikki Bennett & Uni-Verse; Mr B's Emporium of Reading Delights; Writing Events Bath; Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution (fondly known as BRSLI or BRLSI); Akita International University; and International Haiku Spring Festival 2010 (Akita, Northern Honshu, Japan).