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Comments about the DIVERSIFLY project

I have just submitted the DIVERSIFLY evaluation report to the Arts Council England. I had collected screenshots of tweets and facebook posts as well as some comments that came through on email – and so I thought I would share some of them with you. DIVERSIFLY the book was recently on the longlist for the […]

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Keith Chandler book LAUNCHES!!!!

I am so proud to be able to say that April 28th is publication date of Keith Chandler’s long awaited new collection HOORAY!!!! ENDORSEMENTS: “…Now humorous, now powerful, crammed with good ideas and great endings, these are accessible poems which are deeply engaged with both the ephemera and the big issues of ordinary lives… To […]

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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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2 of our books that will be out in 2018!

  Keith Chandler’s poetry collection The Goldsmith’s Apprentice Go here to read more about it and read the wonderful endorsements from Prof. David Morley, and Jonathan Edwards. The book is out in April 2018         DIVERSIFLY – an anthology of Poetry and Art on Britain’s Urban Birds Go here to read more […]

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The Dawning : DIVERSIFLY BLOG #13

It began with an awakening, a rude and yet joyful awakening, at the imminence of dawn. Somewhere in the distance, from the village of Dial Post, a cockerel crowed – once, twice, and then, thrice.Then a Cuckoo called, dutifully, from a faraway shadowland of Oaks in the monastral west. Out there, shapes and patterns were […]

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