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Poetry in June: Letters and Trains

This poem by W.H. Auden (1907- 1973) combines two of my favourites things, letters and train journeys. It was written to accompany a General Post Office (GPO) film made in 1936... Read more

Words Jennifer Priester: Author Interview Paperblog Pick in Books

In the Words of Jennifer Priester: An Author Interview

Please welcome author Jennifer Priester to Imagineer-ing! Defying being cast as a genre-specific writer, Jennifer offers her readers a wide selection of delights. Read more

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    The 14 June 2013 by   Megan Love Literature Art & Reason
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