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John Lavin
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Alzheimer's Society 14h
‘My dementia affects balance and vision but the gym has a feel-good factor. I feel lucky that the people at the gym are so supportive.’ Our Dementia-Friendly Sport and Physical Activity guide is reducing barriers so people like Tracy can exercise:
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 16
Don’t miss our London event at 49 Great Ormond Street on 07/03/19. Featuring Bernard O’Donoghue, , John Freeman, Gary Budden ⁦ & Editor . Tkts are £5 including £5 off the current issue on the night
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Jim Toal Feb 10
Excellent journal.
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Dan Coxon Feb 10
. is open for again! Send your best here:
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John Lavin Feb 12
We’re open for fiction submissions until the end of the month.
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 15
We’re delighted that Bernard O’Donoghue will be reading at our London event on March 7th. Don’t miss this wide-ranging interview with Bernard by :
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Carole Cadwalladr Feb 13
Oh , you spoil me. A new photo. With ALL the greats. Farage of course...but meet David Burnside: ex-Ulster unionist MP. And ex-PR to ex-Cambridge Analytica shareholder, Tchenguiz. Ex-publicity fluffer for Dmitryo Firtash, Ukrainian oligarch wanted by FBI. And..drum roll..
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 10
We're open for submissions of fiction until the end of the month.
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Armel Dagorn Feb 11
If you have a story or poem hankering for a home, could be it, and a great one too. Have at it.
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 11
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John Lavin Feb 12
We’re open for fiction submissions until the end of the month.
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 11
More info on our London event:
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 10
Delighted that will now be reading the brilliant 'Badgerface' at this event.
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Bernard Butler Feb 7
This is a well overdue and brilliant piece about a record I have loved for years but know almost nothing about until now. Part of me likes knowing nothing about a record, I admit, but It would be lovely if it leads you to discover it too. Bravo
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Faber & Faber Feb 6
Replying to @FaberBooks
Sarah Hall reads from her new short story collection, Sudden Traveller, which explores themes of identity, eroticism and existential quest.
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 6
‘A joyful & exuberantly excessive, polyvocal poetry collection. Cornwell’s insistence on the poem as a vehicle for asking questions... is enjoyable, challenging & necessary for the life of poetry.’ Amy McCauley, NWR. Buy Ergasy by Christopher Cornwall here
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glynfedwards Feb 6
News reports last summer about paths revealed by dry weather. A poem about following these trails with my son began: 'the land revealed two tracks / it had kept secret for centuries.' + Joe Ashmore @marvoloquarter have turned it into chamber music
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 6
We’re delighted to announce our second London event at The Music Room, 49 Great Ormond Street, on 07/03/19. Featuring Bernard O’Donoghue, , John Freeman, Gary Budden, & more. Tkts are £5 including complimentary drinks & snacks.
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Angela T. Carr Feb 5
Really looking forward to this!
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The Lonely Crowd Feb 5
We’ve a London event on March 7th, featuring readings from Bernard O’Donoghue, , John Freeman, GaryBudden, & more tbc shortly. Venue: 49 Great Ormond Street. This will be a ticketed event, more info to follow shortly.
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