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Patti Smith, the virgin mary, and me... Wales Arts Review: Teenage Kicks

In a major new feature, inspired by the outpouring of affection for To Kill a Mockingbird following the publication of the new Harper Lee novel, Wales Arts Review has been asking writers to name the moment that shaped their lives in those most impressionable of years, that teenage wilderness. 42 more words

On Writing

Book Review and welp, I need to write/blog more.

I’ve been so quiet on here because (a) I started a new job (b) A crap load of exciting life things happened like graduating (c) I reached out to Wales Arts Review about working with them and writing book reviews and they let me! 148 more words

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Caught By The River Teifi

Introducing a festival of music, outdoor living and adventure. In two parts. Taking place at Fforest Farm, Cilgerran from 10th – 17th August

Curated by… 70 more words

Playing the Maids: Austerity, Inequality and the Tyranny of Glamour: Wales Arts Review

In the week that the excellent Wales Arts Review relaunches with an improved website and more in-depth analysis, I’m delighted to see my last production, … 2,095 more words

On Writing

Wales Arts Review Ideas

I have to think of some ideas I could write about for this lovely Magazine called the Wales Arts Review. It’s online, so you can go google it if you want. 581 more words

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New work published in The Lonely Crowd

Happy to have some fiction of mine published in Welsh literary magazine, The Lonely Crowd. My thanks to editor, John Lavin, for including my work in such a great line-up: 134 more words

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