Monthly Archives: September 2016

Which is a post with Catrin Collier in mind.

Alan Kellerman  Dives into the debate of publishing v self publishing, traditional literary routes v indie begun in The Guardian by Ros Barber  here on the divide between literary fiction and commercial fiction and who buys what.He asks who is reading off the … Continue reading

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Poppies for Eirwen

This is a story I have struggled to write for years, in various guises, forms and from different perspectives. In fact, it is now more about the planting and hope, more about a relationship with the father than it is … Continue reading

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Which is a bit of a ramble as I look back over the summer! 

There has been one  disappointment in that, one person hasn’t got  back to me after what seemed like a promising and liberating discussion. Otherwise, it has been a lovely productive summer, writing about texts & gender stereotypes in KS3&4 while … Continue reading

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