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Cote Poets 2015

While I was in Oxford I saw a flyer for an open mic poetry reading inside an old church. I decided to make sure I went, and I’m glad because after I shared a few pieces one of the locals (who read an awesome poem about Marmite) gave me a card to send my work to a literary magazine. 244 more words

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In the Lion of Fire

On July 1, Cecil, Zimbabwe’s iconic and magnificent adult male African lion, was brutally shot and murdered in the name of sport.

On December 5, a pride of lions in south-west Kenya were deliberately poisoned, resulting in the death of at least two adults. 429 more words

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Common Submission Criteria for Children’s Publishers – Part 2

Here is the second part of my look at children’s book publishers’ submission criteria. If you haven’t read it yet, have a look at Part 1, posted… 1,551 more words

World first blood cancer drug trial reveals life-changing results

This is the first time I have thought to share news coming from my place of work on my personal blog. I am the Communications Officer for the Experimental Cancer Medicine Centres ( 333 more words

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And then the stars...

After my father died,
I spent my summers working in
the canneries on the edge of town.

Days of sweat and machinery thunder,
nights full of hard men… 468 more words

Mack W. Mani

Don't Wait: Now's the Time for Africa

With Ebola fears subsiding, there’s never been a better—or more important—time to visit Africa. G Adventures’ Daniel Sendecki explores how tourism and travellers can play a role in Africa’s recovery. 150 more words

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Tiny LEGO® Traveller Takes on the Inca Trail

From couch cushions to Cusco, follow the ‘yellow brick’ road as this tiny traveller takes on the Inca Trail! Next stop? Machu Picchu!

Hailing from Australia, G Adventures traveller Cassie has shared her travels through Peru from a perspective rarely seen — just a few centimetres from the ground! 89 more words

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