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Hear more of writer’s work at festival
Jane Steele (pictured), the writer-in-residence at Bradford Playhouse, will be reading from her work at an arts festival this summer.
The writer, based at the historic Little Germany theatre, has written a book of poetry, called Natural Light, and is currently working on a novel called An Even Deeper Blue.
She took up her voluntary position as writer-in-residence last year.
“I came to the Playhouse for a look around, and knew straight away that I’d have to give up my job and come and be based here,” said Jane. “It’s a wonderful place, with a great history – it’s very inspiring.
“Writing at home can be very solitary, but here I find there’s plenty of stimulation. There’s always something going on.”
Copies of Jane’s poetry book, priced £4, are available from her, through the Playhouse, on (01274) 820666.
Jane will be appearing at Hebden Bridge Arts Festival on July 3.