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18 April 2023
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Join Gerry Potter on a voyage into social relativism and the domestic/fantastic in a punchy ‘n’ pithy, yet generously discursive, collection.
Contemplating both the ingrained and fleeting fears of a life enlightened through c-PTSD diagnosis, these are li’l poems addressing big issues.
From the author of Planet Young, as seen on BBC TV’s Between the Covers.
Tuesday 18th April, 6pm at Manchester Central Library.
Author performance and book signing.
With special guests Caleb Everett and David Viney.
Adult themes / LGBTQIA+
Gerry Potter is a poet, playwright, actor, director, and both creator and destroyer of the infamous gingham diva Chloe Poems. National Museums Liverpool lists him amongst their city’s leading LGBTQIA+ icons, and he was profiled in the documentary film My Name is Gerry Potter, which premiered at Homotopia.
Praise for the author:
“Everything poetry should be and all too often isn’t.” Time Out
“Gerry is about intelligence and argument and politics and protest. So must we all be.” Roger Hill
“Enormous talent.” Gay Times
“Intelligent, humane and searching poetry.” Dr Jo Bell
“Will amuse, move, inspire and provoke.” Polari Literary Salon
“One of the most radical forces in performance poetry.” Designer Magazine
“Educational.” The Times
“One of the shining lights of the North West performance poetry scene.” Dr Andrew Moor
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