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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

Thoughts

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

Music

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

Thoughts

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