Roger Garfitt reads from his memoir,The Horseman’s Word
Saturday, 9 February 2013
The Horseman’s Word is described in Metro as “a pungently beautiful piece of writing” and hailed by John Burnside in the Guardian as “a superb achievement.” It begins with a haunting evocation of a country childhood and ends as two star-crossed lovers in the 1960’s add their own wild tale to ‘the troubadours’ chronicle’.
Saturday 9 February 2.30pm
Oriel Davies Gallery
followed by the launch of
Fresh Air and Fire
Fresh Air and Fire is a kaleidoscope of memories from people in North Powys. Edited by Chris Kinsey, the publication is the culmination of Oriel Davies’ two year Reminiscence Project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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