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Mind The Gap: Episode 4 - The Perfect Mountain Bike Drift Track

In episode 4 of TGR’s Mind the Gap, The Making of unReal, the crew takes us into British Columbia’s dusty interior with World Cup downhill racers Stevie Smith and Brook Macdonald. 34 more words

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Black March

I have a friend
At the end
Of the world.
His name is a breath

Of fresh air.
He is dressed in
Grey chiffon. At least… 138 more words

I Will Very Soon Begin

Here lies a poet who would not write
His soul runs screaming through the night,
“Oh give me paper, give me pen
And I will very soon begin.” 73 more words

Poetry

I need a job with built-in reading and writing time

When Stevie Smith’s ‘Novel On Yellow Paper’ was published in 1936, some people thought by the rambling, stream of consciousness style it was Virginia Woolf in disguise. 700 more words

Reading

Classics Club #59: 'Novel on Yellow Paper' by Stevie Smith ***

‘But first, Reader, I will give you a word of warning.  This is a foot-off-the-ground novel that came by the left hand.  And the thoughts come and go and sometimes they do not quite come and I do not pursue them to embarrass them with formality to pursue them into a harsh captivity.   989 more words

Reading Allowed

After an Easter break, Tricycle Readers is back in the Paintbox Space at the Tricycle Theatre on the evening of Monday April 20. If you are inclined to join us, please do – we have work from Graham Swift and Stevie Smith. 106 more words

Literary Criticism

STEVIE SMITH - NOT WAVING BUT DROWNING

Not Waving but Drowning

NOT WAVING BUT DROWNING

BY STEVIE SMITH

Nobody heard him, the dead man,

But still he lay moaning:

I was much further out than you thought… 59 more words

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