The Humber Mouth
Hull Literature
Festival 2002

Hull Literature Festival 2002 
 the humber mouth  14th - 24th November 2002

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Tariq Ali

An Evening with Jon Ronson

Weird Sisters Get Around

The Man with the Flower in his Mouth

Reality TV-How Real is Real?

Pete McCarthy

The Vagina Monologues

Reading the Metre

Robert Edric

Canongate Crime

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at Hull Central Library
Tel: 01482 223344
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{ Critical Eye – on-line critic }

Diane Dubois
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www.humbermouth.org.uk

Diane Dubois will be posting a series of reviews of festival events during the festival fortnight. Diane is a writer, actor and lecturer based in Hull. She edits the Journal of Gender Studies, and is a member of the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain. Her play, Myra and Me, was staged at the Assembly Rooms as part of the 1998 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and gained one of the ‘Herald Angel’ awards of that year. March Fifteen, her adaptation of Julius Caesar, was commissioned by Northern Theatre Co. in 1997 as part of the company’s work with local schools. Her first piece for the Literature Festival was Riot is Paradigm, a multi-media performance at the Feren’s Live Art Space in 1997. She currently lectures in English and Communications at the University of Lincoln.