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John Lavin
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The Lonely Crowd 18h
Listen to Three Poems by Angela T. Carr by The Lonely Crowd on
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Angela T. Carr Nov 18
This is such a lovely piece on the frustrations of writing by for .
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patrick jones Nov 18
A lovely sunday morning listen x
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The Lonely Crowd Nov 18
You can also listen to Three Poems by ⁦⁩ on our page, along with readings from ⁦⁩ & many more
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The Lonely Crowd Nov 17
Read by the Author: Three Poems / Angela T. Carr
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Angela T. Carr Nov 16
Getting Lost: A Poetry Essay for The Lonely Crowd. Woodland, women's bodies, wings and witchcraft are all in the mix in my essay about four new poems in Issue Ten of The Lonely Crowd
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The Lonely Crowd Nov 17
Writing ‘Soft to Good, Heavy in Places’ Grahame Williams
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Jennifer Harvey 🕊️ Nov 17
"As I write this now, the following September, I can’t remember exactly how the story goes. I’m reluctant to re-read it for fear that parts of it may make no sense and sentence rhythms may be all over the shop, the result of my newborn delirium"
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The Lonely Crowd Nov 17
'In February I wrote while my days-old son lay asleep in a sling on my chest, the brightness of my phone turned low so as not to disturb him and I could barely see the words on the screen.' on his new story in Issue Ten
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The Lonely Crowd Nov 17
. Angela T. Carr reads three more of her incredible poems in Issue 10 of The Lonely Crowd. Listen here:
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The Lonely Crowd Nov 17
'In February I wrote while my days-old son lay asleep in a sling on my chest, the brightness of my phone turned low so as not to disturb him and I could barely see the words on the screen.' on is new story in Issue Ten
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The Lonely Crowd Nov 9
‘In my writing, I try to find the balance of revealing just enough.’ An Interview with Christopher Meredith by ⁦
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Justine Bothwick Nov 16
Look what arrived just in time for the weekend. Especially looking forward to reading and Thank you
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Primal Scream Nov 16
Premiering on BBC4 tonight at 9pm, the brand new Primal Scream documentary, ‘Primal Scream: The Lost Memphis Tapes’. Follow the story of the how the album was made, how the band discovered it all these years later and what it means to the band now…
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Peter Egan Nov 16
RT if like me you agree with : "Shame on the pathetic sadist who pays money to shoot this animal, & shame on the snivelling coward who accepts the money too. Both worthless." Rare white lion to be auctioned off 'and shot by trophy hunters'
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John Lavin Nov 16
UK austerity has inflicted 'great misery' on citizens, UN says
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Salt Nov 13
Delighted to report 's astonishing debut, The Litten Path is reprinting for the THIRD time. Do. Not. Miss. This. Book.
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David Lammy Nov 13
This is totally inappropriate, especially for a supposedly objective BBC presenter. is an outstanding and award-winning journalist. This sexist slur is straight out of Arron Banks’ playbook. Neil should apologise.
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Arvon Nov 12
Great to see a Jerwood / Arvon Mentoring Programme alumnus have a story published in
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John Lavin Nov 10
Lovely, insightful interview with Christopher Meredith by here. We're really excited to be publishing Glyn's debut collection early next year. More info on that next month!
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