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London Lit 2

Sunday 26th June

The Academy of
 Dreams, London

Once again, London Lit was hosted by the
delightful James Kleinmann who introduced the following writers: 


Mark Pajak is a
graduate of LJMU’s Creative Writing degree. A former Editor of In The Red
Magazine, he is published with both Smoke Magazine and Spilt Milk Magazine.
Later this year he will perform in Manchester’s Not Part Of festival and
Edinburgh’s Fringe festival with the poetry group The Unemployables.



Richard Morris has an MA
In Literature and Politics and a Diploma in The European Humanities. He has had
a long and varied career including a Builder's Labourer, Shop Assistant,
Antiques Dealer, Tour Guide and Lecturer in History. His first play Grace Under
Pressure was a Critic's Choice for Timeout. Richard's plays for kids are
published by His most recent activities are running a Creative
Writing Workshop for the over fifties in East Ham and a Drama Group for the
partially sighted.



Laura Nelson’s short fiction stories have been published in the anthology Decongested
Tales, Litro magazine, and the science magazine Nature, and she has read live
at events in Foyles bookshop, London, and published about writing fiction in
The View From Here literary magazine. Passionate about politics and inequality
issues, Laura has written political commentary in the Guardian, blogs at and helps to run a healthcare ethics charity. She has a doctorate
in neuroscience. She is working on her second novel.



Stephen Holder screenplays, short
stories and poetry and has worked as a freelance journalist for several fields
including film and music. Currently, his main love and occupation is as a Tai
Chi instructor, teaching in various London locations.




Katy Darby’s work has been read on
BBC Radio, won various prizes, and appeared in magazines including Stand, Slice
and Mslexia. She teaches writing at City University, edits the literary
magazine Litro and runs
monthly fiction event Liars’ League Her first novel, The
Whores' Asylum, will be published in 2012.



Jess Green is a writer and performance poet based in Liverpool. Her
inspirations come from her frustrations with the world, long lost family 
and the bullies she went to school with. She has been published in The
Yellow Room, In The Red 8 and 9 and Envelope and is currently working
on her first pamphlet. See more of her work at





The next London Lit! will be on Friday 2nd September 2011.