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A bit of a tit : DIVERSIFLY BLOG #12

First things first: let’s just for a moment deal with the word ‘tit’. Since the nineteenth century, it has been used as a slang word for breast, but its origins come from early-fourteenth-century usage meaning ‘small’ or ‘a small creature’. Hope that clears things up. So says Bill Bailey in his Remarkable Guide to British […]

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“Intelligent, subtle, and brilliantly crafted.” Jill Munro’s poetry pamphlet reviewed

“Without exception, the poems in The Quilted Multiverse are intelligent, subtle, and brilliantly crafted. This is one of the most thoughtful and accomplished pamphlets that I have read in recent years, and Munro’s vivid surreal images, her original turns of phrase and disconcerting insights will stay with me and with other readers for a very […]

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Sphinx reviews The Quilted Multiverse, by Jill Munro

  Here is a lovely review of Jill Munro’s competition winning poetry pamphlet “The Quilted Multiverse” Reviewer, Charlotte Gann, writes – The colourful collection wends its way through various scenarios, characters and fabrics. ‘We’re pinnied’ at the start of ‘The Mix’, served by a ‘green-striped girl’ in ‘Checkout’, watch as ‘Rose Grows Old’, reaching for […]

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