Word of Mouth at Bristol Old Vic featuring Luke Kennard and Tom Phillips hosted by Byron Vincent
Word of Mouth are pleased to bring to Bristol audiences the exciting talent of Luke Kennard and bring to Bristol Old Vic a Word of Mouth at the Thunderbolt favourite Tom Phillips. Their work covers the spiring towers of literary academia to the depths of drunken, debauched nights in the bars and on the streets of Britain.
Word of Mouth at Bristol Old Vic
Bristol Old Vic
Ticket Price: £8.00/£6.00 concs
Box office number: 0117 987 7877
His first award-winning collection of prose poems The Solex Brothers was published by Stride Books in 2005 and won an award. He has worked as regional editor for Succour, a biannual journal of poetry and short fiction based at the University of Sussex and as an associated reader for The Kenyon Review. He is currently reviews editor of Exultations and Difficulties. His award-winning poetry has appeared in numerous print and on-line journals. He exists in a permanent state of award-winning; he is like a giant magnet for awards or, if awards are moths, a giant light.
Tom Phillips has lived in Bristol for 25 years. After ten years working in radio, became a freelance journalist, and is now chief sub-editor for Venue magazine. He’s published two collections of poetry (Reversing into the Cold War and Burning Omaha) and eight of his plays have been staged in Bristol and Bath, including Hotel Illyria and Arbeit Macht Frei. Having spent three summers idling around eastern Europe by train, he’s now studying for a PhD in travel writing at Reading University.