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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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DIVERSIFLY podcast #7: Gillian Clarke

Welcome to the last-but-not-least of 7 podcasts from the DIVERSIFLY project. As Gillian Clarke brought her first collection out in the Nineteen Seventies I decided to throw the tricky question of what is poetry at her feet. This, and all her answers reflect her generous generous core and great passion for the Natural World, and […]

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Record Breaker : DIVERSIFLY BLOG # 17

“HANGRY BIRDS  Bizarre moment massive red-tailed hawk kills a pigeon in downtown New York and eats it sat on top of a car” Though perhaps not one of The Sun’s most memorable of headlines (such as Freddie Starr ate my hamster, Zip Me Up Before You Go Go, Gotcha!, Paddy Pantsdown, or Who Told That […]

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Liz Lefroy’s new poetry pamphlet

I am like a proud Aunt. I have been on a nine month journey with Liz Lefroy – and she has now given birth to her third poetry pamphlet It is called Mending the Ordinary It is the shape of a small photo album Gillian Clarke and Philip Gross comment : ‘From the delicious first poem, ‘In The Queue In […]

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