Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Way I See It

A video produced by Campaign Social and Belfast Feminist Network. The work features an actress and deals with rape and sexual assault from the perspective of a survivor. The film is a response to the horrors of a system where … Continue reading

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Here is my offering on the recent political upheaval

Spasms Social cohesion was our dream, we the gardeners and cultivators of tomorrow, watched in sadness as rot set in, turned our hopes into bitter memories.   Future’s potential sparkles like embers on the breeze as, tomorrows burn like yesterday’s … Continue reading

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End of the year hello tomorrow!

This year has seemed to just fly in. Things are crashing around me like waves. Graduated, published and then set up my own Literary and Arts magazine. Whatever next? Here is to the new year. We’re coming up on the … Continue reading

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2012 a year of poetry and anticipation.

2012 has been pretty good for my poetry. I have had quite a few pieces published. Quicken Muse was published in the Poets Place, Shelter was published in Speech Therapy an ezine and several pieces were published in Solstice issue … Continue reading

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http://api.soundcloud.com/playlists/2997986″ params=”” width=” 100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]Poetry readings Here is an example of some poetry from Issue three of A New Ulster. I apologize if the sound levels are off I’m still getting used to the technology.

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A New Ulster

A New Ulster now has a website and all the current issues can be accessed from there as well as the option to purchase hard copies. https://sites.google.com/site/anewulster/ We are also currently working on issue four. 

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Tired of the Sectarian hatred

Yesterday saw a riot over a flag. Welfare reforms are due to be introduced which will make life harder for those on the border line of poverty. Housing is due to be reformed and will see poor families, single people … Continue reading

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