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Paula Morrow on Goodreads

I recently had the good fortune to meet Paula Morrow the author of Darwin’s Dilemma: the damage done and the battle for the forests. “This novel is based on two true stories: A fictional group investigate the truth behind a … Continue reading

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Poetry at the Pub February 2014

Tonight at the Wicko Park Hotel in Wickham, Newcastle guest poet Meg Dunn performed in a blaze of orange light and movement. It was wonderful to see a performance poet as experienced as Meg thrilling us with her art. According … Continue reading

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A quiet place to write

A quiet place to write. I’m an expert at finding them. Since around 2008 I haven’t been able to do any serious writing at home. (Except the other night at midnight!) Just too many distractions – housework, the internet, dogs … Continue reading

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A change of venue and day!

As I’m wandering around a cemetery on Saturday (yes, I know history buffs are strange people) I thought I would hold Starving in a Garret on Sunday, 4th August and for a change at the excellent Agosti’s Cafe on Darby … Continue reading

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It’s a juggling act, finding the right balance!

As much as I’d love to do have Starving in a Garret open three days a week, I can only manage three hours on Saturday mornings at the moment due to my work commitments. But that’s life these days, isn’t … Continue reading

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