The Errant Hours by Kate Innes – A medieval literary adventure through the physical and spiritual dangers of Plantagenet Britain
“A skilful mix of stories and an intricate and very gripping narrative. I enjoyed it immensely.” Dr Henrietta Leyser – University of Oxford
Author of Medieval Women – A Social History of Women in England 450-1500
Historical Novel Society ‘Editor’s Choice’ HNS Review
‘The Errant Hours’ has been added to the reading list of the Medieval Women’s Fiction course at Bangor University.
Illustrated talks about the background to The Errant Hours can be booked through the ‘Get in Touch’ page.
Future Illustrated Talks:
27th February 2018 – University of the Third Age – 10:30 am Memorial Hall, Oswestry
Poetry Reading 24th November 7:30pm at Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery – supporting the fantastic poet, Jo Bell. Tickets £7.50 from the Museum on 01743 258885 or on the door
Flocks of Words is an exciting new collaboration with the talented acoustic group Whalebone. An immersive, hypnotic blend of music and poetry, exploring landscape and the human soul.
In October we kicked off the Weekend of Words Festival in the Ludlow Assembly Rooms. Great audience and a lovely venue!
A collection of poems, also called Flocks of Words, is now published. The title poem was the winner of the ‘Imagined Worlds’ Competition in 2016. Copies of Flocks of Words will be available at performances and some independent bookshops around Shropshire. You can also order a signed copy directly on the ‘Get in Touch’ page, or order it through Amazon UK.