The Painters Who Studied Clouds: A Reading at the Keats-Shelley House: Friday 30 September at 6:30 pm
Will Kemp, winner of this year's Keats-Shelley Prize for his poem 'Driving to work at 5am while listening to Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor', will give a special reading of his poems at the Keats-Shelley House on Friday 30 September at 6:30 pm in order to mark the publication of his third collection, The Painters Who Studied Clouds.
Advance booking is mandatory (firstname.lastname@example.org/ 06 678 42 35)
Will Kemp has won the 2016 Keats-Shelley Prize, the Debut Collection Award and the Envoi International. He has had over 300 poems published in national journals and newspapers.
Cinnamon Press published his first pamphlet, The Missing Girl, as well as his full collections to date, Nocturnes and Lowland, and now his third, The Painters Who Studied Clouds.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, Will considers that his greatest achievement was finding his first collection on a bookshelf in Waterstones - next to Keats!