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The Writer as Collector by Miriam Nash

Miriam NashI grew up in a house of things – driftwood, cassette tapes, coloured glass, families of trolls and all manner of things that might one day be useful. Continue reading “The Writer as Collector by Miriam Nash” »

Miriam Nash at Ways with Words

We are delighted that Greenway’s Writer In Residence Miriam Nash has been asked to take part in the 2016 Ways With Words Festival of Words and Ideas at Dartington on July 16th at 12.30pm. Continue reading “Miriam Nash at Ways with Words” »

Typed in the Christie Kitchen

In Dodie Smith’s I Capture the Castle, the sometime writer James Mortmain reads detective novels and calls it work. In the months leading up to my residency at Agatha Christie’s Greenway, I may sometimes have been guilty of such behaviour. A good Christie will sweep you in, and if you’re not careful, it won’t release you until the loosening of the final twist. Continue reading “Typed in the Christie Kitchen” »

Writing Places: Greenway Programme

We are delighted to be able to announce the Writing Places programme at Greenway with Writer in Residence Miriam Nash hosting a variety of literary based events at the property during May, June and July. All of these events are free with normal house admission fees applying for daytime events, but booking is essential in order to secure a place and car parking booking is required if arriving by car. Continue reading “Writing Places: Greenway Programme” »

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Miriam Nash is new Greenway Writer in Residence

We are thrilled to announce that poet Miriam Nash will be taking up the post of writer-in-residence at Greenway Continue reading “Miriam Nash is new Greenway Writer in Residence” »