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Bloodmining, by Laura Wilkinson

Brighton-based author Laura Wilkinson has just published her first novel, BloodMining.  Laura has a distinguished history of short stories and building a writers community online; she’s a fellow Ether Books author too. In BloodMining, ambitious journalist Megan stops war-reportage and … Continue reading

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The future says:

“…  Remember this: I am not/written in stone/But in time…/You carry fear with you everywhere/Like a tiny god/In its box of shadows …” One fragment of one of the many poems that are just part of UnitedVisualArtists’ installation at the … Continue reading

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Human Planet: must do better.

Human Planet is a hunting film, about men killing animals in dangerous and exotic ways.  There’s an interest in that, watching someone spear fish 20m down, using one breath for a three minute hunt.  Or the appalling dangers faced by … Continue reading

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The CSR? In your dreams!

An ex-colonel in the British army is a member of the senior team in one of my leading public sector clients.  Last night I dreamt about them.  They were fighting a war with a neighbouring authority and I had to … Continue reading

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