Words from the Clay


Many members from Renegade Writers read out their work to an appreciative audience at the Gladstone Museum, Longton, yesterday (8 November). Ten readings in two hours, covering topics ranging from life in 19th century Staffordshire to modern day ghost tales by way of Sussex and the Great War.

The event was organised in conjunction with the Penkhull Press, which launched three new books: It Was never Worthwhile by Jem Shaw & Malcolm Havard, House of Shadow by Misha Herwin and Sussex Tales by Jan Edwards,

The audio-visual side was organised by Jem Shaw and the event was MC’d by Peter Coleborn, who also took the above photo. And in this photo, from left to right: Andrew Roberts, Jeanette Williams, Jem Shaw, Malcolm Havard, Misa Herwin with Jan Edwards behind her, Judith Hollies, Elisia Green and Nic Hale.


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