Review of Becky Cherriman’s Echolocation

This is going to be different from the usual sort of review you write after reading work by someone you don’t know or have only heard of by repute. I came to Echolocation having worked with Becky, during 2014 under the Cinnamon Press mentor scheme, principally on her first collection, Empires of Clay. I did…

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Becky Cherriman and Echolocation

Today I’m delighted to welcome Becky Cherriman to the blog. She is a writer, creative writing facilitator and performer from Yorkshire. Her pamphlet, Echolocation is being launched this week and is available from Mother’s Milk Books – a poetic journey into single motherhood, infertility, the adoption process and more from a writer who has lived them…

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One year on….

I came close to calling this blog post  being a ‘proper’ writer as it’s a year since Convoy was published and so I’ve been reflecting on the past year. In lots of ways life goes on just as it did before publication; there’s still laundry to be done, children to be collected from school and…

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