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US Reading Series ‘At The Inkwell’ Expands to London. Curated by Poet/Novelist/Singer Gemma Weekes, Journalist Rachel Rigby and Poet/Performer Patricia Foster. Brainchild of Monique Lewis. FREE Event!

Hi London poets, writers, novelists and short fiction stars! The latest London literary event ‘At The Inkwell’, will be launched July 21st 2016. Already a success across the USA and organised by Monique Lewis, ‘At The Inkwell’ comes to London and will be curated by Gemma Weekes, Rachel Rigby and Patricia Foster!
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At The Inkwell Expands to London



London, UK (June 6, 2016) – At The Inkwell, the New York City-based literary reading series, announced today that it is expanding to London, under the leadership of Patricia Foster, Gemma Weekes and Rachel Rigby as co-hosts.

 Founded in 2013, At The Inkwell supports published authors through book reviews, author interviews and readings. London will be the first international city in addition to Denver, Colorado; San Francisco, California; Seattle, Washington and New York City.


The inaugural launch in London will be Thursday, July 21 at 19:00 at Counter Albion, located at 45 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, E2 7DJ. Only a 3-5 minute walk from ‘Shoreditch High Street’ Overground station.
At The Inkwell features emerging and established published authors of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays.
Featured writers also include those who have published essays and short stories.


In the past three years, At The Inkwell’s US reading series has gained increasing recognition in the literary community. It has hosted readings at the Annual NYC Poetry Festival, which attracts more than 4,000 people. In September it will partner with 100 Thousand Poets for Change, National Translation Month and Lit Crawl Denver to host readings.


For more information, visit or contact the co-hosts Gemma, Rachel or Patricia at



    Hi Rev Pat, what’s the nearest tube and how do I get there?  Rasheda Ashanti Malcolm BA, MAAuthor/WriterCEO WIN “Your Creativity & Empowerment is Our Business.”  Women in Publishing Pandora Award winners 2016 Events: 2016-2017: BW Heal Health Programme11th Oct: UN Day of the Girl Child25th Nov: UN International Day for the Elimination of VAWGJune 2017: Every Woman Inspired ConferenceNov 2017: Season for Change – Harambe Spirit 

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    • patriciafostertrainer

      Lol! Hi Lovely Rasheda!

      Great to hear from you. Thank you so much for your support. The nearest tube is Shoreditch High Street (Overground Line). Approximately 5 minute walk from the station to the venue/cafe.

      Stay blessed,
      Patricia xx