Reading & Libraries
Paper Crane Poets: Poetry Collective at Beeston Library
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"I don't know what I'm supposed to be doing," was something Emma's mum said repeatedly in the early days of her dementia. Now she has died, Emma finds that she is asking herself the same thing. Emma's mum was a librarian. Emma is a library assistant.This is their story.
A funny, moving, inspiring tale about time, mother-daughter love and life re-evaluation, using poetry, theatre and library books.
Emma Decent is based in north-west England and has been writing and performing for over fifteen years. She has appeared at open mics all over the country and been guest poet at events in Manchester, Preston, Wakefield and beyond. Her first ever slam win was at the famous Uptown Poetry Slam at the Green Mill, Chicago in 2010. Her first solo show was Beyond Dreams of Aberystwyth which was developed with support from Arts Council England in 2013.
Find out more at emmadecent.co.uk
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