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Samuel Tongue
Project Coordinator , Poetry Editor and co-Editor New Writing Scotland. Also Religion, Literature, Culture lecturer
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David 15h
Best way tae beat bigots, is tae laugh at them, and show them up for the sad wee fuds the are. Well done this man 👏👏👏😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
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Grace Blakeley 4h
Labour has just voted to abolish private schools. This isn’t just an incredible step forward on policy - it’s evidence of what an organised, grassroots campaign can achieve - especially when led by powerhouses like Don’t let anyone tell you the left isn’t winning!
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Samuel Tongue 5h
Replying to @JuliaHB1
Didn’t I hear you on Radio 4 last week talking about fake news and social media, acting like a legit high-minded ‘journalist’? ‘Posh Katie Hopkins’ is the only definition that really fits.
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Scottish Poetry Lib 9h
To celebrate National , the Uni of Glasgow Creative Writing Programme w/the SPL presents Professor J.Edward Chamberlin, who's worked on native land claims & lectured on historical & cultural issues. Wed 2 Oct, 6pm, Woolfson Medical Building
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Alan Ferrier 12h
Siri: define "win-win".
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Lisa Kelly 13h
The Glasgow effect: the photographs of Kirsty Mackay
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Samuel Tongue Sep 21
Replying to @toadmeister
Why must you be such a prize twat?
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Samuel Tongue Sep 20
I hope you both went on the 🙄
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The Guardian Sep 20
'Enough is enough’: biggest-ever climate protest sweeps UK
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A.B. Jackson Sep 20
An extract from Sandy Hutchison’s poem ‘Incantation’ has been chosen for the wall of the Poetry Pharmacy in Bishop’s Castle
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Jacqueline Saphra Sep 20
A message to myself really, but all parents out there on climate strike in support of younger humans.
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Samuel Tongue Sep 20
Replying to @chrisdboyland
Nice one Chris!
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Chris Boyland Sep 20
Feeling somewhat seriously under-qualified to be on this list but - f*ck it - will do my best to represent new and emerging poets (of whatever age), the [D]/deaf and disabled. Avanti!
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The Intercept Sep 20
“Will we share what’s left and try to look after one another? Or are we instead going to attempt to hoard what’s left, look after 'our own,' and lock everyone else out?” on the need for a Green New Deal.
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Scottish Poetry Lib Sep 20
Teachers! Poetry can help you promote diversity and combat racism in the classroom. We're holding a workshop exploring how poetry can support anti-racist education with the aid of Anti-Racist Educator. Sat 30 Nov, 1pm, £25
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Scottish Poetry Lib Sep 20
New to our collection - Steve Ronnie’s and for you (love), a box of Braille poem-cards on tactile paper, including a hand-made Braille dictionary.
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Samuel Tongue Sep 20
What a terrifying photograph. So many levels.
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Samuel Tongue Sep 20
Replying to @SamuelTongue
16:30 from Edinburgh-Glasgow. Normally 7 coaches.
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Samuel Tongue Sep 20
Well done 😒 - fantastic and massive march in Edinburgh ... and you half the coaches for the off-peak Edin -> Glasgow train. According to your announcement, this is supposed to be the most environmentally friendly form of transport. Sort it out!
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The Crunch Sep 20
Have you read a poetry collection that hasn't had the expsoure it deserves? and have teamed up to launch , championing poets and publishers who can sometimes be ignored by establishment poetry prizes.
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