The Humber Mouth - Hull Literature Festival 2000 - Thursday 9th November - Sunday 19th November 2000
The Humber Mouth Writing Competition
a winners anthology

This year's anthology is the result of two writing competitions, the Open Poetry Competition and the Short Stories & Poetry Competition for Secondary Schools.

The anthology booklet is available from:
City Arts Unit of Hull City Council,
Central Library,
Albion Street,
Kingston upon Hull.
HU1 3TF.
Tel: (01482) 616875/6
Email: [email protected]

With your order please enclose a cheque for 3, made out to: Kingston upon Hull City Council.



A Humber Mouth Special Commission MindReader
A compilation of Poetry and Prose

A showcase for the work of mental health service users of Hull Mind, MindReader is a collection of writing. In the weeks leading up to the festival the Mind group spent time with local writer Maggie Hannan working and editing together to produce the book.

After the day of the launch further copies of the book will be available for 3.00 from:
Hull and East Riding Mind,
30 Percy Street,
Kingston upon Hull.
Tel: (01482) 224729



A Humber Mouth Special Commission The Bransholme Women's Centre presents:
Rollercoaster

Over the past three months a group of women from the Bransholme Women's Centre have been working with York based poet Margaret Speak to produce a collection of poems and stories. The women met through a support group at the centre which exists to discuss and recognise potential triggers of panic and anxiety. Rollercoaster explores the emotions caused by attacks of panic and anxiety as faced by some of the contributors on a daily basis.

The Bransholme Women's Centre provides a safe place for women and children to meet, offering a range of activities from education and training to counselling and support.

For more information on this special commission please contact Diane Graham at the Bransholme Women's Centre (01482) 828755



A Humber Mouth Special Commission ArtLink Exchange presents:
Taxi Tales

"This country's problems could be put right at a stroke but the people to do it are too busy cutting hair and driving taxis." (Alex Simpson, 'Hairdresser's Tales' 1999)

Following in the footsteps of last year's Hairdresser's Tales local writer Daphne Glazer has been working with local taxi drivers on a book of stories to be launched on the last day of the Humber Mouth.

'Taxi Tales' - a collection of writings and stories by the taxi drivers of Hull will be available on the launch day and afterwards from:
ArtLink Exchange
21 Princes Avenue,
Kingston upon Hull,
HU5 3RX
Tel: (01482) 345104
Email: [email protected]