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This knife of Sheffield steel (2)

So there is was, isolated, disorientated and vulnerable in a small cubicle – presumably to make me answer all their questions. The Big Man with entourage came, then the gormless medical student and, eventually, the Bandage Nurse. 324 more words

Review: The Giver by Louis Lowry

What can I say about this book that hasn’t been said hundreds of times? The edition I read even has a foreword by Lowry where she talks about the gratuitous amount of fan mail she received and still receives to this day about this story. 215 more words


I'm so disappointed, Frank.

Frank, Frank, Frank… you were doing so well.

Then you pissed all over Free Speech.

Fuck you, Frank.



Under a Volcano

The heat oppresses
And I’m overcome with a sense of malaise
Listless, I lay on the ground
And daydream of living under a volcano.

My legs are heavy logs… 65 more words

Golf Weekend Review & Week Preview

Shane Lowry deservedly won the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday. The Irishman, having his best season on tour, has gained himself a 3-year PGA Tour exemption as a result of his life changing victory. 1,176 more words


Lowry By The Sea - Exhibition Review

LS Lowry is one of Britain’s most beloved painters. Best known for his depictions of the industrial north, particularly his home city of Manchester, the image of a hundred matchstick-like figures hurrying to-and-fro in front of looming factories is one that is instantly recognisable in British art. 510 more words


Meet MWA, Inc. Publicist: Kristie Lowry

Kristie Lowry’s passion for books started at an early age. She wrote numerous manuscripts and poems throughout her teen years. That author path altered after a creative writing class during college. 92 more words