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Guest Post: Philip Dodd

Philip Dodd - Bright Side of the Sun

Philip Dodd - The Witch of Endor

About the Author:

Philip Dodd PortraitPhilip Dodd was born in 1952, lives in Liverpool, England, has a degree in English literature from Newcastle University, and has been writing songs, stories and poems since he was twelve. He has had poems published in his local newspapers and in The Dawntreader, a quarterly poetry magazine, published by Indigo Dreams Publishing. His book, Angel War, was published in April, 2013, and is available as a paperback and as an E-book. Reviews of it can be read on Amazon and Goodreads.

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Guest Post: Kelsey Guire

Kelsey Guire PoetryAbout the Author:

Kelsey Guire is a 16 year old singer/songwriter. She strives to publish a book of poetry in the near future. In addition to an admiration for the band Twenty One Pilots, she is a lover of literature and the sound of laughter.

Follow Kelsey on Twitter @spaceshiptears

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Guest Post: Devon Broadhurst

Poetry by Devon Broadhurst

Devon BroadhurstDevon Broadhurst is a West Yorkshire based poet who was hooked in to the magic of language by her great grandmother, a fellow poet. Later inspired by the surreal style of the poet Caroline Bird, after a trip to the Arvon Foundations Lumb Bank (the home of former poet Laureate Ted Hughes), Devon began capturing life’s gritty moments, her nightmares and emotions – each emotion impressive and different in its own degree – and retelling them within her own surreal framework. This led Devon to study Creative Writing at the University of Huddersfield and pursue her own career as a writer.

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https://www.facebook.com/devonjade
http://therealmrsrochester.wordpress.com

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