Called to the Edge

Audience

A more-than-full house with some standing, the poetry anthology ‘Called to the Edge’ was launched with champagne, and a feast of words spoken by each of the poets who read a selection of their poems.

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From left to right: Rosie Barrett, Jo Ball, Mélisande Fitzsimons, Jane Slavin, Lucy Lepchani, Rachel Gippetti.

The launch took place in Plymouth’s community cafe ‘The Clipper’, which is in Union Street, Plymouth. Lucy read on behalf of poet Abigail Robinson, one of the poet contributors to the anthology, who tragically passed away last winter solstice. Abigail was remembered with much love and appreciation.

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Lucy introducing Abigail’s poems in the vibrant Clipper Inn cafe, Union Street, Plymouth.

The group look forward to bringing more of their work to live audiences in the near future, across the South West and beyond.

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