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One Voice~ Write RightOne Voice~ Write Right

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Possibly having something to do with yoga, writing, cynicism, music, medita...

 
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Why? What Have You Heard?Why? What Have You Heard?

A little writing, a LOT of photography

 
travel and singtravel and sing

illustrated poems and stories

 
Beneath The SurfaceBeneath The Surface

Poetry and Flash Fiction by L. Michelle Harris

 


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By BrontëBlog on Jul 24, 2014 in: Books, Music, Poetry, Theatre

The Telegraph & Argus talks about the August City of Film initiative in Bradford:Throughout August City of Film will host free family film screenings on Big Screen Bradford in City Park, and each film will be complemented by a short film from the...

“Husband, Not at Home” by Deborah Garrison : A soldier, a soldier, gone to the litigation wars, or down to Myrtle Beach to play golf with Dad for the weekend. Why does the picture of him trampling the emerald grass in those silly shoes or...

A new book on Emily Brontë has just been published:The Poetic World of Emily Brontë.Poems from the Author of Wuthering HeightsLaura InmanSussex Academic PressISBN: 978-1-84519-645-5July/August 2014  Emily Brontë is known as a novelist, but sh...

Dish poetry editor Alice Quinn writes: In 1998, the poet and editor Deborah Garrison published her debut collection, A Working Girl Can’t Win. At the time, she and I were colleagues at The New Yorker. Now she is poetry editor at Alfred A. Knopf, wh...

Last week, Valerie Macon became the poet laureate of North Carolina. Valerie Macon is a disability claims processor with no major publications who was picked singlehandedly by the governor. And you still can't get the slush-pile intern at Copper Cany...

“Summer Moods” by John Clare (1793-1864): I love at eventide to walk alone Down narrow lanes o’erhung with dewy thorn Where, from the long grass underneath, the snail Jet black creeps out and sprouts his timid horn. I love to muse o’e...

Lovely sunny day pic.twitter.com/dyyEl3mU3R — Herdwick Shepherd (@herdyshepherd1) May 26, 2014 Dish poetry editor Alice Quinn writes: Last Friday on July 4th, in an Ask Me Anything segment, Andrew responded to a reader’s question as to whether af...