Monthly Archives: March 2012

Gin-soaked sheets

Think of poetry, or most of the creative arts in fact, and it won’t be long before you see images of absinthe drinkers in Montmartre seeking gaunt-faced, wild-stared guidance from the green fairy. But is it true? Are art and … Continue reading

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There Are More Ways to Publish, Horatio

(We have a Facebook page – do come and “like” us and say hi) …and most of them have such a wacky idea of editing you end up with bastardisations of Shakespeare that tenuous!We are delighted to be devoting the … Continue reading

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Not the Oxford Literary Festival: Poets vs Proseurs

(We have a Facebook page – do come and “like” us and say hi) Wednesday 28 March – Poets vs Proseurs (7pm) entry £2 all proceeds support The Albion Beatnik bookstore (Anna Hobson at last year’s Not the Oxford Literary … Continue reading

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Not the Oxford Literary Festival: Jessie Grace

(We have a Facebook page – do come and “like” us and say hi) At the very first gig I ever did, back in 2009, I made the choice to have music as well as words. And the act I … Continue reading

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Paint Oxford With Poetry

(full details of Not the Oxford Literary Festival can be found here) We Need You!! The climax of Not the Oxford Literary Festival, on the night of the 30th and early hours of the 31st of March, is “Paint Oxford … Continue reading

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Les Malheureux

(We have a Facebook page – do come and “like” us and say hi) We are delighted that Sarah-Clare Conlon and David Gaffney will be joining us for Poets & Proseurs at Not the Oxford Literary Festival on March 28th. … Continue reading

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Split Worlds

(We have a Facebook page – do come and “like” us and say hi) I’m delighted to introduce a story that’s part of a fabulous project by Emma Newman. Emma is the immensely talented author of 20 Years Later, and … Continue reading

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