Category Archives: catasrophe

From Leros Solidarity Network, 20 August 2019

Poem translated from Google – bear with it – the essence shines though… They collected, I read, from the sea of Italy. They used to wear them, men, women, children. Desperate people, wearing their old shoes, flip flops, slippers were … Continue reading

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Ego on the way up

Personal friends will know I’ve had a catastrophic couple of months – so much so that it may be worth a fiction if the plot is less chaotic than mine. The good news is that my new novel, JIGSAW ISLAND, … Continue reading

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