On Tuesday August 14th, Liars' League proudly presented our annual soiree sorting the women from the girls, and telling stories from the other side of the gender divide ... (Click for Facebook event - and here for details of our next deadline and event.)
From truant wives to sarky schoolgirls, pyromaniac editors to teenage hookers via tantruming mums, we showcased the best of female-focused fiction.
WINNING STORIES for WOMEN & GIRLS
Trouble at the Uptown Espresso by Kristin King *NEW AUTHOR* - read by Sarah Gain
Tree House Date by S. Soliar *NEW AUTHOR* - read by Shin-Fei Chen
How to be Unemployed by Alice Franklin *NEW AUTHOR* - read by Lois Tucker
Apotheosis of Maya and Bibi by Rebecca Skipwith - read by Susan Moisan
Homework by Anna Savory - read by Gloria Sanders
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30 start and tickets are £5 on the door (cash only sorry, but there is a cashpoint across the street). Drinks and food will be available at the bar, though there are also free sweets and the infamous interval quiz features fabulous books to be won! (Seminal novels by women writers, this month). There's no pre-booking, but tables for four or more can be reserved by calling 07808 939535.
The venue is the downstairs bar at:
The Phoenix Pub
37 Cavendish Square
Accessibility note: Access to the basement is via stairs: there is no lift, sadly.