What happens to muse-driven writers when the muse is absent? Finding himself bereft, the husk, John S Rutherford reviewed his literary pretensions for inspiration and returned to his connection with The Long Itchington Literary Society for solace.
In an act of breathless cultural appropriation Mr Rutherford will present an hour of The Synthetic Narrative of members and associates of the society. The event will include an exploration of The Chairperson, Mr Grove’s, six-point didactic method, The Monads of David Thompson, The Synthetic Narrative of J Purseglove Symond and others and readings from the works of popular Dorset poet, Anthony Belmont.
It is hoped that the event will inspire muse-driven writers to seek for the other in contemporary works and that by an act of reflection, the other will lead to expiration through extemporary exposition and declamation.
NB: Mr Rutherford would like it noted that he advises people not to turn up at all but to spend the time with their family or people they love, the moment will pass not to be had again, somebody may find the cure for TB and be distracted by Mr. Grove’s didactic method. But let them come if they must. Not suitable for children, adolescents or adults.
Price: Free event, no booking needed
Place: Meeting Room, Friends Meeting House, Skinnergate
Date and time: 26th May 5pm-6pm