This is the website for the Allographic Press. You may have been redirected from our old site. Do enjoy this one! :)
Allographic aims to specialise in producing written and recorded publications of poetry, short stories, artwork, photography and music (sometimes all at once...). We plan for our publications to be available to buy online, at our live events, and in the shops, in a variety of media.

Allographic has four forms of live event - open mic with featured guests every last Sunday of the month; “Allographic presents...”, a loose series of events with bigger names from the spoken word scene, a set of workshops (also on the last Sunday of every month) for aspirant poets, storytellers, and other writers and performers, and a series of spoken stages at festivals - e.g. Wild Strawberries at Strawberry Fair, Other Voices at Edinburgh Fringe, etc.

Our next live events, Sunday 29-Sep-19, in the CUC Winebar, ground floor, Cambridge University Centre, Granta Place, Cambridge:

“The Brain & The City Poetry” – Creating new poems about our brains’ relationship to the city led by Claire Trévien (free entry, donations taken)

A poetry workshop @ 14:00 exploring poems that negotiate bodies or brains through the lens of a city, with a focus on work created by disabled poets. We’ll then be writing poems about our bodies’ own relationship with its everyday environment. Experienced poets and novices are welcome alike, the workshop will provide techniques and exercises to help make this accessible.

Number of Spaces: 15

Reserve a place at https://agwsep19.eventbrite.co.uk/

Attendees of the workshop should consider putting their new-found skills into practice at our free evening event @ 19:00 in the same venue – an open mic for poets and storytellers alike. Find out more at the Facebook Event.

We also aim to provide other services for writers and performers of poetry, music, and storytelling. Watch this space!

Spaces to watch include:

That Facebook: Allographic Group

That Twitter: @allographica

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