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Laura Potts’ Chatterley


JOHN I. CLARKE “Is this the kind of book you would wish your wife or servant to read?” There is no more infamous comment in British social history than that made by Chief Prosecutor Mervyn Griffiths-Jones at the Lady Chatterley’s…

The Wakefield Poets, Laura Potts

Wakefield 30.8.14

Laura is a Wakefield poet aged 18 and is currently an English Literature student. She has twice been awarded a commendation as a Foyle Young Poet of the Year and Young Writer (an International English language poetry competition for under…

Da Terre a Terre, the Twinning Goes on

Antologia Da terre a terre

SILVIA PIO It was a chance encounter, if one believes in chance, and also a virtual one, if one wants to call an exchange of emails this way. Nowadays poets meet also in the net, and Margutte widely proves it.…