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Women don't need a beer of their own!

Thu 25 Aug 2011

Women don't need a beer of their own!

I wrote a piece for guardian.co.uk in July about a new beer aimed at women. I still haven't managed to taste said beverage, but I disliked the idea an.....Read more

Watch this Place (2)

Sun 02 Jun 2013

Watch this Place (2)

17 August through 6 September in Teignmouth..Read more

a short-short story writer's new year resolution

Thu 17 Jan 2013

a short-short story writer's new year resolution

third week in January is as close to the new year as a writer needs to get to advertise a resolution: Keeping still. Keeping his back still so.....Read more

prose poems from an Open Mic evening at Epicenter, Paignton

Wed 24 Aug 2011

prose poems from an Open Mic evening at Epicenter, Paignton

emission/regression/ovate She slept fitfully for the weeks before her birthday. She grew pale, poetically white; she coughed quietly but regularly......Read more

Wild Radio Project

Mon 22 Jun 2015

Wild Radio Project

Wild Radio Project shares the beauty and biodiversity of our natural world with on-line listeners in local homelands around the world. Wild Radio P.....Read more

A little bit of Africa at Berry Head

Wed 05 Aug 2015

A little bit of Africa at Berry Head

Grasslands “We find a little bit of Africa. Just off the path at Berry Head. Nigel wants to do “Grassland”. We sit in the grassland with the dog. N.....Read more

A delightful travel book- by Geopark Artist Anna Keleher

Wed 14 Dec 2016

A delightful travel book- by Geopark Artist Anna Keleher

Anna Keleher's new Kindle travel book- Dreaming Place: An Irish Adventure with Claire Coté (£2.75 or free with Kindle Select) tells the story of two .....Read more

Is there a Wilderness Inside?

Thu 26 Feb 2015

Is there a Wilderness Inside?

“As a Wilderness Thinker in Residence I’m turning my gaze upon the world of the very small and towards the possibility of a wilderness even inside my.....Read more

That's who he is. That's what he saw - Pelagic boat tour story

Wed 19 Aug 2015

That's who he is. That's what he saw - Pelagic boat tour story

A flash of a harbour porpoise. “I’ve seen something” someone shouts. You only ever see the dorsal fin. Ahead, fifty to a hundred Manx Shearwate.....Read more

When I woke, The Town Spoke

Wed 22 Mar 2017

When I woke, The Town Spoke

The town is Torquay and twice a month it speaks. On Monday 20th March, it not only spoke; it sang. For news on Torquay's poetry and poets see my Face.....Read more

The Violet Hour - May 2017

Sun 14 May 2017

The Violet Hour - May 2017

Walnut Road Torquay: My mother in law bought her papers here, along with writing paper and stamps. Someone I know lives in a big house along here. I l.....Read more

August is Torquay’s Other History Month.......

Tue 02 Aug 2011

August is Torquay’s Other History Month.......

Throughout August the PRSD website will be running daily articles on those odd bits of Torquay’s history and culture that are often neglected or di.....Read more

The evil gangs of Babbacombe 1931

Thu 17 Nov 2011

The evil gangs of Babbacombe 1931

The evil gangs of Babbacombe Story from torbayconnected.co.uk which is full of amazing stories about the Bay..... On February 4, 1931 the Torqua.....Read more

The Violet Hour

Sun 07 May 2017

The Violet Hour

Poetry Island at the Blue Walnut Cafe Torquay hosts Matt Harvey and a host of marvellous local poets. I’ll be watching – working hard at being a ch.....Read more

The Violet Hour July 2017

Sat 15 Jul 2017

The Violet Hour July 2017

Ian Beech says: Last night was another exciting evening hosting Poetry Island & performing alongside so many talented poets from across the South Wes.....Read more

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