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Season’s Greetings and review of 2010

What a year it’s been, both over at Year Zero, where we had a fantastic live tour taking in venues like Rough Trade East and the Poetry Cafe, and then starting up eight cuts gallery, exhibitions, prizes, press and all, … Continue reading

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Cendrine Marrouat

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) I first met Cendrine Marrouat during a session of #litchat on twitter, and had the pleasure of interviewing her for my blog. It is a joy … Continue reading

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Alexander McNabb

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) You can read Alexander’s contribution to Into the Desert here. Alexander McNabb has lived, worked and travelled extensively around the Middle East for over 24 … Continue reading

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Andy Harrod

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) Andy has a couple of entries to Into the Desert. Repeat Till Fade is below, whilst you can see his other work here. As is … Continue reading

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Penny Goring

 (We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) You can see Penny’s contribution to Into the Desert here. It is also an honour to announce that Penny will be the third author to … Continue reading

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Quenntis Ashby

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) I met Quenntis on Authonomy, where you can read from his novel Tales Tell Tales, where I was impressed not just by his outstanding talent, but … Continue reading

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Grace Andreacchi

(We have a Facebook page now – do come and “like” us and say hi) Between now and the end of November, we will be running posts giving full details of all the contributors to Into the Desert. You can … Continue reading

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