Saturday, 24 October 2009

Literary evening in the Vulcan

As part of the Swn Festival, some of South Wales' finest writers will share their work in the Vulcan, Adamsdown, Cardiff, this evening (24 October).

The line-up is as follows:

Rachel Trezise
Rachel was the winner of the inaugural Dylan Thomas Prize in 2006 for her short story collection "Fresh Apples".

Her long-awaited new novel "Sixteen Shades of Crazy" will be published by HarperCollins early in the new year.

Rhys Thomas
Rhys Thomas’s first novel, "The Suicide Club", is a very black comedy of life as a teenage emo: part Catcher In the Rye and part Clockwork Orange.

Rhys Thomas shakes concepts of 'normality' to the core.’ - Independent on Sunday

Susie Wild
Susie Wild's debut collection of short stories "The Art of Contraception" is out through Parthian in 2010. Her tall tales have also appeared in Nu: Fiction & Stuff and The Raconteur.

'A talent for razor-sharp, satirical observation.' – Nigel Jenkins.

Tom Anderson
Writer/surfer Tom Anderson’s new book, "Chasing Dean", sees him chasing the waves down the eastern seaboard of the US during Hurricane season.

Anderson’s sharp and witty style, allied with a poignant exploration of the nature of friendship, takes him into contemporary Kerouac territory.' - The Times

Saturday, 24 October 2009
17:00 - 19:00

The Vulcan
10 Adam Street
CF24 2FH
029 2046 1580


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