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World’s First Poetry Pharmacy

The Emergency Poet Deborah Alma and TS Eliot shortlisted James Sheard need your help to create the World’s first Poetry Pharmacy in Shropshire Click on this link to find out more about it and see if you would like to support them. I have. Deb is a wonderful human being, brilliant poet and a visionary. […]

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Review of Kaite O’Reilly’s Persians

Kaite O’Reilly’s Persians – which won the Ted Hughes Award for New Poetry and is published on 29th July 2019 – has been reviewed in New Welsh Review: “Kaite O’Reilly’s powerful, emotionally charged text…. a reflective meditation on war’s aftermath; a dramatic study of loss, grief and defeat… A haunting tragedy..  Written and performed during […]

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Origami in Oswestry

Paul Kielty’s previous origami workshop created so much laughter –  the staff at Qube wanted to join in. You also get to do some origami £15 Paper, and Paul Kielty included April 10th(for over 18’s)

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David Calcutt’s reviewed

David Calcutt’s poetry collection The last of the light is not the last of the light – available here for £9.99 and in any good bookshop has been reviewed by The Journal. Here are some extracts, as I dare not quote it all – written by Chrissy Banks: A kind of prologue, Keepsakes, delivered directly […]

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Matthew Oates and SPRINGBOARD

Creative weekends: fun, art, writing, fire, stars. £290 including accommodation and meals. JUST SIX PLACESfor more details please email [email protected] or phone 01691 239 466 or click here and go to the fair acre press website’s SPRINGBOARD page MATTHEW OATES is the world expert on the Purple Emperor butterfly and was the National Trust’s specialist […]

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