Justice for Gingers.

Wonderful poem I believe inspired by this years #UKIndieLitFest and perhaps a particular ginger Indie Author?

Bernie-The-Bolt {Poet} 🌈🥰

“Roll up. Roll up. Read the Sunday Times”.
It is filled with Harrowing Crimes of the Ginger Dragons.
Which lurk like Citizens Zero, classed as an Anti-Hero.
Ever geeky because of the colour of their hair.
C’mon tell me now. How is that even fair?
You can argue that it’s Strawberry Blonde, got to quote the truth,
the whole truth and nothing but the truth; on top of that Glossy Bible.
Oooooo Naughty Nigel. Bad Boy again!!
Perming his ginger mop, to bust the Crimson; Discriminatory Chain.
BIG FAT FAIL! They all go at the pace of a Scrawny Snail!
Now, that guy named David Driver; gets his Hobnobs for a Fiver.
From his local corner shop, where it is: Snap. Crackle. Pop.
We need to get some Justice for these Gingers, who keep on suffering
Toxic Prejudice; from those Purple Teenage, Turtle Ninjas.
“Right”, said Fred. “I’ve had enough…

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UK Indie Lit Fest 2017

How truly wonderful to have the lovely blogger Kate do a special write up of this years #UKIndieLitFest held at Kala Sangam in Bradford, on Saturday 26th August 2017.

Kate managed to overcome her fear of putting herself first and managed to read some of her wonderful poetry in one of our afternoon workshops. It did help that the #IndieArmy are like one big happy family and she was welcomed with open arms.

Thank you Kate for a wonderful blog review and excellent images.

Regards Su aka Rose English 🙂

Made A Hames Out Of It

A few months ago I met Dawn Singh in a group on Facebook and she asked if I’d like to attend the UK Indie Lit Fest as a guest blogger. Of course I would. A chance to promote myself and meet some like minded authors. If I’m completely honest events such as this scare the bejesus out of me, as a self confessed introvert this is my worst nightmare.

I am not about to let that stop me though. I’m all about facing my fears these days 🙂

The event was being held at Kala Sangam in Bradford, a beautiful building built in 1886, formerly Bradford’s General Post Office. The venue is now an arts centre, bringing together arts and cultures from all over Bradford.

Kala – meaning arts and Sangam –  ‘a meeting point which reflects the coming together of people through artistic ventures.’ – http://www.kalasangam.org/about-us/about-kala-sangam/ 

In it’s first…

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