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Who does the UK think she is?

The UK is experiencing identity crisis. We just can’t seem to decide what are principles are – what we stand for collectively. Or rather, our shifting principles are somewhat disturbing in their fluidity. 742 more words


Can we cultivate peace: thoughts on conflict

This is not a political piece of writing. Nor is it religious. It is my human-spiritual response to the photographs I’m seeing of the suffering human beings in Palestine (although it can be applied to any of the numerous pictures we see daily). 1,689 more words


My wish for you; follow your signs and risk slipping.

2014 has seen this blog desperately neglected. Why? I’ve been on a magical adventure that’s why. Well, that’s only a slice of the story. Most of the story has been spent inside my duvet den planning my next book, penning stories about strange birds (pheasants not the Kardashian’s) and finishing up my screenplays. 3,379 more words

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Stepping out in Seattle

dirtcakes was invited to share space with Chapman University at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference in Seattle, February 27 – March 1, 2014.   69 more words

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Off Air: Please Stand By

It is best to turn on the set only after all the stations have gone off the air and just watch the snow fall. This is the other life you have been promising yourself.

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5 Fun Fixes to the Government Shutdown


Between Barrack Obama and John Boehner. Winner opens the government his way. This is great way to get regular ol ‘Mericans to come out and support nerds. 487 more words

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A Contributor Perk

Hey Past Poetry Contributors.

Are you interested in attending a fabulous poetry revision conference in the Berkshires sponsored by Tupelo Press?

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