Tuesday, 18 January 2011

A Word from the Scottish Poetry Library

Synthia is 42, alone, hungry and in need of a sense of humour. Just two pounds a month could help her to open a collection of Hegley. Don't let her suffer in silence, Improve The Human.

Come along to the Scottish Poetry Library on Saturday 29th January (2-4pm) to find out about the possible connections between genomics and poetry and to hear who the winners of the Genomics Forum Poetry Competition are. Synthia will thank you.

Saturday 29 January, 2 - 4pm

Genomics Poetry Competition: Prize giving and reading

Have you ever wondered what genetics and poetry have in common? Join us to find out, as we host a reading by the winners of the ERSC Genomics and Scottish Poetry Library poetry competition.
Free | all welcome


Scottish Poetry Library, 5 Crichton's Close, Canongate

Russell Jones

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