I hold flute Grade 8 (Honours)
£15 per half hour; £25 per hour
Location: Alexandra Rd, Norwich.
Please contact me on 01603 662437.
'Poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world' - PB Shelley
True or false? Or both? They don't appear in Hansard and are rarely quoted as evidence in court. But when we wish to find meaning, when we grieve, love, fight, then poets become important.
Available for weddings, parties etc.
Mingling among the guests, I recite poetry on demand from memory. Shakespeare, Tennyson, Larkin, Kipling, Duffy, Dickinson, Yeats, Browning, Keats, Marvell, Owen, Sassoon, Auden, Whitman, Eliot, Graves, Hopkins, Coleridge, Poe, Brooke, Rimbaud, Neruda, Pound, Bukowski, Betjeman, Donne, Blake, Rossetti, etc.
£110 per event plus travel (train, plane, etc)
Phone/text 07905 566847
or 01603 662437 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected Books by Gary Dexter
Why Not Catch-21? (Frances Lincoln, 2007; paperback 2008). A best-selling exploration of the derivation of book titles. Nicholas Lezard’s ‘Paperback Choice of the Week’ in the Guardian.
The Oxford Despoiler (Old St, 2009; paperback 2009). A Victorian detective mystery. ‘Grossly entertaining’ – Observer.
Poisoned Pens (Frances Lincoln, 2009; paperback 2010). An anthology of splenetic writers. ‘Always compelling’ - Sunday Tribune.
102 Free Things to Do (Frances Lincoln, 2009). A self-help book listing free activities anyone can take part in. Many other works in this series, including 102 English Things to Do, 102 Ways to Improve your Partner, Things to Do at Night, 102 Things to Do in Spring/Summer/Autumn/Winter, etc.
All the Materials for a Midnight Feast (Old St, July 2011). A novel about the peace movement of the 1980s. ‘A beautifully crafted work of fiction’ – Sunday Telegraph.
Natural Desire in Healthy Women (Old St, 2014). A novel about the contraceptive rights movement of the 1920s. ‘Deft and very funny’ – Daily Mail.