Monthly Archives: June 2020

Lockdown So Far by Mark Bilsborough

Things I’ve learned in lockdown so far: I can’t play the guitar, no matter how hard I try Dominic Cummings is making me very cross I should be writing, but I’m not. There are others, like I’ve learned how very … Continue reading

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Interview with Marion Pitman

Give us a short biography in three sentences or fewer. I grew up in north London, left school at 16, and started a second-hand book and bric a brac business. The shop and flat burned down in 2000, and I … Continue reading

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Tina Anghelatos asks Tiffani Angus some questions about her new novel, Threading the Labyrinth.

Tina: The garden is the main character – what gave you the idea about the haunted garden and why did you choose those particular time periods? Which is your favourite? Tiffani: The original idea was to write about a house … Continue reading

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It would have been nice… by Jacey Bedford

This is the week we would have held our third Milford Writers’ Retreat at the wonderful Trigonos in North Wales. Sadly Coronavirus intervened. Trigonos is still closed as per government instructions. Had it been legal to run the week a … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the launch of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon – 30th May 2020

Jacey Bedford I watched the SpaceX terminated launch last Wednesday and then again the actual launch on Saturday – immediately followed by watching Apollo 11, the documentary using newly unearthed film footage and audio recordings. This was the (so far) … Continue reading

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