Category Archives: great literature

“It’s Only Words”: In conversation with Marc Nash

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) Marc Nash, author of A, B & E, was the first “writer off the internet” I ever met, when we both did our debut readings – … Continue reading

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A New York Story

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) Last year I got to spend two days working with New York’s Katelan Foisy, photographer, salonista, publisher, model, artist and author. If you’ve read the … Continue reading

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Claire-Obscure Revisited

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) I am reposting this for Memorial Day Weekend to coincide with a fantastic event on November Hill Press. Do go and visit this site to … Continue reading

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Hands and Days

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) It was an absolute privilege last year to be involved with the judging of Oxford International Women’s Festival Poetry Competition, and to host the Poetry … Continue reading

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Solid

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) I’m going to be very bold, and dare to put a piece of my own up, not because I think it’s up to the same … Continue reading

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Laura

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) I can only dream of horses and dogs in this place.  Strong, sweating beasts with slick coats and wild looks in their eyes, spittle foaming … Continue reading

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Insert Coin

Heikki Hietala is the author of the wonderful novel Tulagi Hotel. He is also the consummate master of what I’d call the slow chill short story – beautifully crafted, seemingly gentle pieces, only something is wrong, something you can’t quite … Continue reading

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