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Milk Poetry, Tobacco Factory: review

I have always enjoyed poetry but never been in the habit of actively consuming it. I’ve followed the likes of Hollie McNish and Kate Tempest for a while and love their work, but haven’t really sought out poetry to read. 1,603 more words

A chat with Hollie McNish

A brief chat with spoken word artist, writer, poet, workshop facilitator and mum, Hollie McNish, ahead of her performance at Folkestone Quarterhouse for International Women’s Day. 366 more words


Plum Tea 

I haven’t posted for a while, you know how it is, life takes over sometimes and there’s never enough time left for the things we enjoy. 190 more words

Where Are We Now? in music & words

Where Are We Now? That’s a bloody good question. The UK is politically, socially and economically at a crossroads, and the route to take not clear. 114 more words


Hollie McNish tells Folkestone what she wishes she'd been told

First published on WOWKent

Hollie McNish is a couple of minutes late to the Folkestone Quarterhouse stage. She keeps peering through the curtains throughout the hour long show. 805 more words


Caution: A cup of tea can lead to poetry

Here’s the poem

and here’s the real life cuppa and situation which inspired its writing:

(the end of this video also includes her referring to a poem she didn’t like and made her own poem in response to.   10 more words