Aerial presents: 10 Years of Corbel Stone Press at Nab Cottage, 29 March 2020, from £12 - Book now
Autumn Richardson and Richard Skelton present a special evening celebrating 10 years of their work at Corbel Stone Press – one of the foremost small presses in the UK dedicated to landscape and the natural world. The event will comprise an evening of music and film interspersed with readings from contributors to their publications over the past decade, including artists Helena Hunter and Mark Peter Wright, poets Erica Bell and Andy Hopkins, and writer of strange fiction Mark Valentine.
Nab Cottage is located in Rydal (between Ambleside and Grasmere), overlooking Rydal Water, and was once home to Thomas de Quincey and Hartley Coleridge, the son of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
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