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DIVERSIFLY podcast #5: Katrina Porteous

Welcome to the fifth of 7 podcasts from the DIVERSIFLY project. Many years ago Katrina Porteous moved to a working fishing village on the Northumberland coast. She tells Nadia Kingsley about it, and about what she is most interested in exploring and writing about, as well as some of her collaborative projects and radio poems. […]

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DIVERSIFLY podcast #4: Alison Brackenbury

Welcome to the fourth of 7 podcasts from the DIVERSIFLY project. Alison Brackenbury lives in town. But her roots and her heart are firmly in the countryside. She talks with Nadia Kingsley about her writing process, and her family’s infuence; and she reads some of her poems. ENJOY!!!!

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DIVERSIFLY book out now!!

DIVERSIFLY – Poetry and Art on Britain’s Urban Birds is an anthology made possible by public funding through the support of Arts Council England For more details about the book go here Sorry about the price! The publication date had to be postponed a week … as I suddenly realised my maths was wrong and […]

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DIVERSIFLY podcast #3 – David Morley

Welcome to the third of 7 podcasts from the DIVERSIFLY project. David Morley was a research scientist first, before becoming a University Professor in Creative Writing – and this has affected what he writes about and how he writes about a subject at a very deep level. He talks with Nadia Kingsley about “fiction” and […]

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DIVERSIFLY podcast #3: David Morley

Welcome to the third of 7 podcasts from the DIVERSIFLY project. David Morley was a research scientist first, before becoming a University Professor in Creative Writing – and this has affected what he writes about and how he writes about a subject at a very deep level. He talks with Nadia Kingsley about “fiction” and […]

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DIVERSIFLY podcast #2: Chris Kinsey

Welcome to the second of 7 podcasts from the DIVERSIFLY project. Chris Kinsey has always lived near a river and can’t imagine life, or poetry, without a river. In this podcast she talks with Nadia Kingsley about her childhood influences and explains why walking a greyhound (or two) has honed her skills of observation; and […]

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DIVERSIFLY podcast #1:Brett Westwood

Welcome to the first of 7 podcasts from the DIVERSIFLY project. In this podcast you will join Brett Westwood and Nadia Kingsley on an Urban Bird Walk, in the centre of Stourbridge, West Midlands Brett jointly won the Thomson Reuters/Zoological Record Award for Communicating Zoology with Stephen Moss for the book and radio series Tweet of the Day, […]

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A great Designer!

I would just like to share: particularly with other small presses – a wonderful recent find.. Algimantas Murza: Algimantas Murza graduated college in 2003 with a diploma in editorial design; working first in a small medical publishing house then, after 4 years, for the oldest and one of the biggest Lithuanian newspapers “Lietuvos zinios”. He […]

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DIVERSIFLY update

The DIVERSIFLY book is coming along really well. I have written to everyone who submitted work now HUGE thanks again to everyone who has been interested in the project and especially those of you who have submitted work! I have loved reading and looking at everything – and your involvement in the project improves the […]

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Urban Birds/DIVERSIFLY submissions are now closed

DEADLINE for participating in URBAN BIRDS project by submitting poetry and artwork on everyday encounters with the birds of Britain’s towns and cities has now closed.   Soon I will be looking at all the submissions from poets and visual artists. I cant wait as I haven’t seen any of them yet!!   Then starts the […]

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