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Landscape, Memory and an Earthquake.

Landscape and Memory Workshop, 17th February 2018. with Dr Rhiannon Hooson. Hay Writer’s Circle felt extremely lucky to have Dr Rhiannon Hooson facilitate an all-day poetry workshop in the comfortable surrounds of Cusop Village Hall. The sold out event was … Continue reading

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GET YOUR MUSE ON

Get your Muse on Hay Writers’ Circle are delighted to present a poetry workshop on Saturday 17th February, with award-winning Welsh poet and highly acclaimed workshop leader, Dr Rhiannon Hooson. Dr Hooson studied and later taught at Lancaster University, where … Continue reading

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The anticipation of a book launch …

Pick and Mix anthology update by Emma van Woerkom Suddenly, I hear boxes of books are arriving at the Hay Writers’ Circle HQ filled with glorious copies of our Pick and Mix anthology.  We are delighted and excited – book … Continue reading

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MUCK, MAYHEM & MEMORIES – ‘A FOOT IN THE BUCKET’ IS PUBLISHED

by Emma van Woerkom Two years before The Good Life appeared on our television screens, Jenny and her husband made the decision to leave their urban home and lifestyle to embrace a life of self-sufficiency in the Welsh Hills. At … Continue reading

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Pick and Mix Anthology News.

“The first real content meeting for the Hay Writers new anthology took place at the weekend in the glorious booktown of Hay-on-Wye. I’m very happy to report that we have 80 strong pages of wonderful, diverse new writing selected and … Continue reading

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WORDS OF THE WEEK – HARE IN-SIGHT – PANTOUM POEM

Hare In-sight – Pantoum And he thinks nobody will heed Slipping out passed the pig-net curve Hemming the field, folding his form – In the furrow, flat as a seed Slipping out passed the pig-net curve I watch – whisker’s … Continue reading

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WORDS OF THE WEEK – Poems by Anne Riviere and Emma van Woerkom

SEPTEMBER VOICES by Ann Riviere ©2015 “I hate the Autumn.” “Oh, don’t say that.” “I do say that.” “The senses are so sharpened. the sights, the smells, the sounds.” “Where I live, the senses are blunted by the dread of … Continue reading

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St. Valentine’s Muse – A Poem by ECvW

A couple of years ago I put a huge red heart in Castle Street, Hay-on-Wye. Attached to the heart was a bucket filled with chocolates and on it’s front, the poem typed below. It went down really really well – … Continue reading

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WORDS OF THE WEEK – The Hour of Frost – Poem ECvW

THE HOUR OF FROST. Savagely, in the Hour of Frost, Under a wintering Moon’s bite – The Night fissured, cracked clean across, Tearing Stars from their jagged flight And sealed them in the River’s skin All glist’ning white and frozen … Continue reading

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WORDS OF THE WEEK – The School Nativity by Jo Jones

The School Nativity Miss James, form two, was casting the Nativity play.  It was early November yet she was already using the threat of “Father Christmas only brings toys for children who behave themselves” as a ploy to keep her … Continue reading

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