Story Corner With Dr. NanaPlum: The Lechlade Festival
Lechlade is here again! And I will be reading some of my stories written in verse in their poetry tent. Here is a snippet from Is The Sky Sad?…This one … Continue reading
Happy Mother’s Day From Across The Pond!
“If stars were thanks for all you do A universe I’d give to you.” (c) copyright Niamh Clune 2013. I would like to wish all of our friends across the … Continue reading
Story Corner With Dr.NanaPlum
‘Tis the wisdom that should speak Though it’s playing hide & seek ~ Very often hard to find Is it forward or behind? Is it up, or is it down? … Continue reading
Wednesday Poetry Corner: Attention!!! The Internet Detonator sabotaged my call for Mother submissions!
Dear poets, I have caught the bug! Not the bug that drives us to write voraciously from pleasure ~ but the blasted internet detonator that has been going about lately! … Continue reading
Story Corner With Dr.NanaPlum!
I love to write in childish rhyme I really do it all the time A Doctor and a Nana too ‘Tis on the plum tree that I grew! Before … Continue reading
Dr. Nana Plum: Bringing Poetry To Science!
A couple of weeks ago, I was reading one of my children’s stories at a school in Kingston to Reception and First Year Boys. I had conceived the stories a … Continue reading
Why Not Write A Poem For Your Mother?
We have started to receive some wonderful entries for our poetry anthology. And the art is also pouring in. I am looking for succinct, say-something-really-special about the subject of MOTHER … Continue reading
Wednesday Poetry Corner: Calling All Poets and Artists!
April has been declared International poetry month. My friends over on the Bardo Group are celebrating with all things poetry. Plum Tree Books will participate in this by publishing a … Continue reading
Wednesday Poetry Corner With Niamh Clune
From the days of my Dublin, when singing in smokey, Guiness coloured, sacrilegious, music-filled, rebel pubs; when discourse was a delicious, of course, and intellectuals doffed berets, speech-made: intoning, droning, … Continue reading
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