The opening sentence of Mary-Ann Constantine’s debut novel sets the tone for the story that is to follow. The reader is presented with the apparently ordinary image of a red-haired woman tying up her hair. The second half of the sentence undercuts this normality completely. We learn that the woman is performing this action so […]
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Tea with Mamgu, London Welsh Centre

Craig Thomas

PUBLISHED ON: 09/06/14


Entering the London Welsh Centre is like stepping into a bygone era. Though the working men’s club aesthetic might be familiar (and remains, to this d …

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Philip Gross launches ‘Later’ at Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Jake Oliver

PUBLISHED ON: 09/01/14


Reading to an audience, ‘half of whom are writers’, at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre bookshop just before Christmas, Philip Gross officially let Later, …

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