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There are moments of pleasure in one’s life. Now, what would you take with you as desert island reads? This was exactly what our local island library asked us last month, and, considering our great cauldron of voices. I had no doubt this would turn out to be a fantastic night among friends, words and voices.
Classic kaleidoscope where time vanished in between lines & smiles, Karen Fraser gave all present one of those delectable moments.
Folk just shared their selected prose and/or verse whilst others came to simply listen. Linguistic twangs allow imagination to travel, as they ranged from native Germany, England to Shetland, via Orkney, Scotland, France & the US. Very geopoetical all in all. The very fabric of our community 🙂

What a fantastic night we had! With renewed thanks to our very dynamic & nurturing team at The Shetland Library. It was a case of fabulous desert island reads!

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