Beyond the Drift: A Reading with David Scott
Winchester Poetry Festival, in association with Space in the City, presented a lunchtime reading by David Scott of works from his newly-published collection Beyond the Drift: New & Selected Poems (Bloodaxe Books).
Rev’d Canon Dr David Scott is a published poet, playwright and religious writer, and a former Rector of St Lawrence with St Swithun-upon-Kingsgate. He returned to Winchester for this pre-festival event.
“Immaculate poems … full of gentle, contemplative intelligence and a tenacious modesty … scrupulous, affectionate.” — John Mole, Encounter
Wednesday 11th June, 12.30pm at St Lawrence Church, The Square
This was a preview event for the inaugural Winchester Poetry Festival (12–14 September 2014). See www.winchesterpoetryfestival.org for more details.
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Space in the City is an ecumenical venture organised by lay, licensed, ordained and associate members of Winchester’s city churches: St Bartholomew and St Lawrence with St Swithun-upon-Kingsgate, St Peter’s and the United Church.