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Sharmaine Lovegrove
Publisher at | Future Book Person of the Year 2018 | Hardcore Intersectional Feminist | South West London Forever | FRSA
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Storysmith 7h
Tickets still available for tomorrow night’s event with and accompanying on cello!
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Sharmaine Lovegrove 4h
Replying to @louiseinbooks
Congratulations lovely!
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Damian Barr 11h
‘To reduce bookshops to selling is to mistake writing for typing or reading as a workout for your eyes’
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Replying to @emmagannon
Happy Birthday Emma!
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Bristol Prize 11h
In case it's of interest, here are some of the words appearing most frequently in the titles of this year's entries: Girl (30), Time (28), Love (27), Death (19), Man (18), Home (16), God (15), Mother (15), Sea (15), Night (14), Boy (13), Water (12), Dog (11), Good (10)
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Redland Library Events 14h
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Sakshi Joshi 19h
This is final post from me.The whole Kapri family is dying to have her in the family. We will try our BEST to adopt her as per rules and guidelines. The whole Thanks a lot for all your love and support
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THRIVEHachette 14h
Replying to @4refugeewomen
What can you do? ✔️ BUY A TOTE BAG for RRP £7.99 with all profits going to ✔️SPREAD THE WORD - organise an event or share on social media ✔️WRITE TO YOUR MP - Ask what they are doing to challenge detention ✔️DONATE to
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THRIVEHachette 14h
As part of , we will be selling the tote bags with all profit going to and their phenomenal work to support, empower and campaign for women seeking asylum in the UK. Bags are now available in the wonderful and
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Otegha K. Uwagba Jun 15
“It’s important to understand impostor syndrome in that way – it’s not just “I don’t feel good enough” – it’s I don’t feel good enough because there are all these things telling me I don’t belong here.”
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Sharmaine Lovegrove 16h
Happy Fathers Day - thank you for showing us what fantastic, commited fatherhood looks like. Nearly 9 years into our journey & I’m in awe of you daily. Our boundless, emboldening love and partnership together w. our son means we take it all on and thrive. Big Up!
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Niven Govinden 16h
Yesterday’s phenom Irish Times review now online. ❤️💯💯
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Myriad Editions 17h
On June 29th will be chairing a conversation with and contributors , & to celebrate the launch of at Bristol. Free & in partnership w/
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Nicole Dennis-Benn Jun 15
I miss Jamaican 90’s dancehall. Who were the producers? Did they leave the island? 🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲
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Sharmaine Lovegrove Jun 15
Replying to @KGuilaine @wearegrow
Hello 👋🏾 am following you, congratulations! I am back at work next week after sometime off and looking forward to hearing from you when you’re ready!
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Lisa Baker Jun 15
“an important book, full of spark and wisdom. Its tone is in places elegiac, in others vibrant. Like the best drag acts [it] leaves its reader full of a powerful, protesting energy.” Perfect review for by in
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Sharmaine Lovegrove Jun 15
’s gift is to explore the complex and disruptive modes of queerness” on in 🏳️‍🌈✊🏾
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Julie Cohen 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 14
You saw me covered in blood on a bus. But do you get outraged about all homophobia? | Chris
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Storysmith Jun 14
📚📚A NICE THING📚📚 We want every school in our BS3 postcode to have inspiring books, so we're donating copies of Saving Species and The Missing Bookshop to every primary school, and copies of We Are Displaced and Feminists Don't Wear Pink to every secondary school.
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Sharmaine Lovegrove Jun 14
I’ve not faulted him on this, just showing him as an example as someone who has changed parties. I am also observing that many of us on the left do this... How I feel about him personally is another thing but I have recognised his tactic worked democratically and his is respected
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