#02 Spring 2013
Second issue of New Writing Cumbria's literary freesheet, showcasing the best new writing from England's most literary county. The strapline for this issue is 'No signal - re-writing the countryside' - it's country life, but not the kind you read about in 'Country Life'. Poet Helen Farish explores the suicidal history of her barn. Mary Robinson celebrates (and hopefully not commemorates) the ash tree. Ian Hill goes under the wire of an old cold war munitions dump. And much more ...
New Writing Cumbria is a county-wide literature development project that supports and promotes contemporary writers and connects them with each other, and with readers, in Cumbria and beyond.
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