Monthly Archives: August 2014

Could I remake a book?

In his blog, PoetryReach, Niall Hickey discusses a workshop where the participants were asked to take a book and refashion it; to cut and paste it. The words that spring to mind are remade in your image, a bit biblical … Continue reading

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Just some thoughts!

In some respects, the process of enrolling as a Trainee Poetry Therapy Practitioner has changed the way I read Poetry. My choice to pick up a volume or not, to use a poem or not, is no longer purely personal. … Continue reading

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Changes!

I received a badge yesterday – not the Blue Peter Badge of my childhood dreams – one that would enable me to fulfil another childhood dream. I used to dream of editing children’s literature and young adult fiction, in an … Continue reading

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