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Adrian G R Scott

Adrian G R Scott

poetry photography guiding

poet photographer guide

Book Launch

My new collection ‘A Sheffield Traipsing’ is the fruit of years of work. I set himself the challenge to ‘speak out about my city in my ready Northern tongue and make a simple solid vow to tell your stories with the honesty I got from you.’ This was in my 2010 in his first collection. I now deliver on that challenge with this new book which this evening will launch and celebrate. With music from Dusk Over Rivelin, the band that formed both to accompany the poems and is now becoming a song-writing quartet. This will be a great night in an iconic museum, in an iconic place. The Sunday Times names Kelham Island one of the best places to live in the UK after having been named one of the 51 coolest neighbourhoods in the world by TimeOut last year. There is good parking and drinks can be purchased at the Millowners Arms on site. Ticket price ¬£5 that will be redeemable against the purchase of the book.

 

To book click this link https://www.wegottickets.com/event/609358

New Podcast

 

Episode 34 – Living Our Own Story – With Lara Scott

 

Adrian speaks with his daughter Lara about her birth and early years, her facial surgery, trauma and anxiety, feminism, her career and her favourite novel – Still Life by Sarah Winman. It is a wonderful listen and has already broken the record for first day downloads!

‘Whether an hour long conversation or fifteen minutes on one special poem, Adrian always takes your brain to a softer place.’

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