Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Oh, I Do Like To Be Beside The...

Once more unto the beach

Drum rolls may not have accompanied the opening of Blackpool’s latest ‘exciting’ new development, but one certainly hopes the stupendous event was met with an array of rolled eyes.

Sunday, 26 July 2009

Stony Offerings

Get stony in Limerick

As part of the preparations for the annual Cuisle – Limerick City International Poetry Festival – the editors of The Stony Thursday Book are calling for submissions from poets the world over.

The next issue of the journal is to be published as part of Cuisle in October and the deadline for receiving poetry submissions is 10 August 2009. The festival will run from the 14th to the 17 October 2009.

Friday, 24 July 2009

Reading With Fire

Yorkshire Monkey gets the verse

One of Barnsley’s oldest established country pubs is hoping that a regular fireside gathering of poets and poetry will entice a few extra punters out for a pint.

Thursday, 16 July 2009

A Little Something From The Day Job

Gordon’s last stand

After the turmoil of the last two months, Gordon Brown has come out fighting to build Britain’s future, with a programme that ‘green lights’ some long-cherished elements of the housing wish list, but is this the last stand of a punch-drunk PM or a concerted no-holds barred campaign to finally make a real difference? Mark Cantrell reports


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Saturday, 4 July 2009

Taste The Space

Blood sample free to taste

A free sample of Isolation Space, featuring the story One For The Road, is available to download or read online at Scribd, adding a new blood-curdling twist to vampire fiction.

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