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Our writer Suzannah Ball talks to award-winning author, Litro editor and mentor, Catherine McNamara about her latest collection of flash fiction, the differences between flash and the short story form, and how travel and migration have influenced her work.
Read More “Interview with award-winning author Catherine McNamara: ‘I wanted to write about love, in different forms, different lives and different times of our lives too’”
Back for a second run, Maz Hedgehog’s play, Let Me Count the Ways, blends monologue with poetry in this one-woman show about mental health, blackness, queerness and beauty.
Read More “Maz Hedgehog’s Let Me Count The Ways at Hope Mill Theatre”
Kashiana Singh’s tightly knit poems, ‘Kindling healing’ and ‘The night spills’, explore night and day in all their haunting nuance and mesmerising movement.
Read More “‘Kindling healing’ and other poems by Kashiana Singh”
Arts contributor Marion Beauchamp-Levet is enchanted by The Knot, the latest production from Didy Veldman’s company Umanoove.
Read More “Review of Didy Veldman’s Umanoove in The Knot at the Mumford Theatre, Cambridge”