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Wednesday, 28 May 2008
Friday, 23 May 2008
there's no point in not being friends with someone if you want to be friends with them
is the absurdly long-winded name of a new monthly reading night for prose, poetry etc. in Manchester.
it takes place at the end of each month (details will be published on this blog as soon as they're confirmed) at trof/the deaf institute off oxford road, and admission is free.
as well as a line-up of brilliant readers we also have open mic slots - so if you've got something you'd like to read, put it in your pocket and speak to us when you get there.
if you'd like to be considered for a scheduled or open mic slot, or just want to say hello or tell us something, email us at nopointinnotbeingfriends [at] gmail.com.
check back here or on our
for further information about forthcoming nights.
manchester literature festival
manchester blog awards
trof at the deaf institute
there's no point in not being friends with
emma j. lannie
kendra grant malone