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Women in Farming

Recently, photographer Billie Charity launched a new exhibition highlighting the rarely acknowledged world of women farmers. Her hard working subjects, like Billie herself, are based around Hay-on-Wye and range in age from 18 to 93 years old. Billie’s incredible exhibition … Continue reading

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“Not A Stone, A Water Bottle” – by Ange Grunsell

The Richard Booth Prize for Non-Fiction 2017 winner – Ange Grunsell. Ange has kindly let us publish her prize winning piece below. Many congratulations to Ange and to all who entered. The competition continues to draw a plethora of compelling … Continue reading

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Considering the Poppy – Simon Armitage and Chris Daunt – Fine Press Poetry

Article posted by Emma van Woerkom The lovely people at Fine Press Poetry have been in contact concerning the previous post on Simon Armitage’s poems for ‘The Great War: An Elegy’.  They’ve produced a high quality, limited edition, which I think deserves … Continue reading

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Poems for the lost: Simon Armitage remembers WW1 – BBC ARTS SPECIAL

On this Remembrance Sunday Simon Armitage marks WW1 “The Great War – An Elegy: A Culture Show Special. In a major new BBC commission, acclaimed poet Simon Armitage has written seven new poems about World War I that form the … Continue reading

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