fairy tales


    I, Ursula begins with Averse Muse (p.7). A confident poem with a knowing humour, it warns men of the dangers of falling in love with female poets and the reader of what is to come. Here the word ‘suckles’ becomes a weapon, the poet’s honey persona sweet and dangerous as a gingerbread house.

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  • Bards, Idols and Liars – an exhibition at Room 700

    Since last blogging, I feel I’ve lived a whole lifetime. There is so much to say about Haunt, Wakefield Lit Fest, the young writers groups, a Forward poetry commendation, a project with women in a bail hostel, running a steering group for people with learning disabilities, a CPD session for support workers and the Love…

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