We welcome October in with song as we invite Carrie Martin and all of you to join us at Hull Central Library, on the 2nd for an acoustic treat. Open mic slots avail and the popular freewrite exercise creating new words on the spot to share or take home. Continue reading
After three incredibly enjoyable years at Kardomah 94, which saw us grow and develop into an integral part of Hull’s literary scene, we are moving into a new home.
As a collective Women of Words believe that the sharing of words is a powerful way in which women are able to define themselves. We invite you to share yours with us August 7th at Waterstones Hull on Jameson Street. Continue reading
And July brings Kinsman to our stage for the first time. Helen Mort described their award-winning collection & as… “Intimate, surprising and bold, the poems in & announce themselves with formal dexterity. Amy Kinsman achieves what so many writers strive for: the ability to be knowing and awe-struck at the same time, to approach the world with both wisdom and incredulity. This is an exciting debut.”
Women of Words returns June 5th 2 – 4pm at Kardomah 94 in Hull. We welcome the prize-winning Yorkshire poet Gill Lambert, her tender, intimate verse is sure to grab your heart and head. Continue reading
Calling all Young People of Words!Hull’s Women of Words and the Big Malarkey Festival have teamed up to create Hull’s Young People of Words prize competition.If you’re aged 11 – 16, send us your poem on the theme of “This Is Me”. Continue reading