Kitty Fitgerald on the June Programme of The Writing Game
Posted on June 4, 2011 by wendyrobertson
Tune into THE WRITING GAME on Bishop FM http://www.bishopfm.com/listen/
2pm Sunday 5th June ‘My Theme is OUTSIDERS’
The Writing Game is a programme for readers and writers from the broader region, and – through the magic of the internet – much further afield, (latest response from Rhode Island New York…).
In this thirteenth episode Outsiders we consider looking at life from the outside and the role of writer as outsider. The programme features novelist and playwright Kitty Fitzgerald, a long term resident in the North-East who came originally from Ireland by way of Yorkshire. Kitty’s novels are peopled by outsiders – particularly Jack Plumb the disabled anti-hero of her nationally acclaimed novel – originally a radio play – the brilliantly inventive Pigtopia.
We also hear an extract from a novella by Avril Joy who evokes with great insight the lives of those ‘Outsiders Inside’- women in prison.
I hope you like it… wx
Catch this programme live at 2pm on June 5th or afterwards on podcast -
Don’t forget that all thirteen programmes are available on these podcasts. Listen to a wide range of writers talking. Try last month’s programme Words & Music which features composer musician Andy Jackson and poet Su Kane on their music/prose work Whispering Stones, inspired by Durham Cathedral.
‘This programme celebrates the breadth and depth of the talent of writers working and living in the North. The informality of the Writing Game allows writers to speak their mind and all the conversations are building into a significant archive of Northern writing talent.’
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