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Autumn days in Hardy Country: a creative response to contemporary rural life – an essay by Virginia Astley
To celebrate the work she has done over the course of her three month residency at Greenway house in Brixham, we asked Roselle Angwin to write an essay on the relationship between writer and place.
The last of a series of reading circles. Greenway’s writer-in-residence will be hosting a gathering at Agatha Christie’s holiday home, looking at poems, stories and passages of writing all focusing on rivers.
A chance to meet Greenway’s writer-in-residence Roselle Angwin alongside an exhibition of the work she has created during her three-month residency at Agatha Christie’s holiday home.
The fruits of Greenway’s writer-in-residence’s work will be on display in the House Kitchen as part of the Writing Places project.
Our Greenway writer-in-residence has been seeing in the autumn season with poetry trails, walks and reading circles, read her latest blog post on all the work she’s been doing.
Greenway’s writer-in-residence will be hosting a gathering in the cafe at Agatha Christie’s holiday home, looking at poems, stories and passages of writing all focusing on trees and woodland.
Greenway’s writer-in-residence Roselle Angwin will be leading a poetry writing workshop in the garden of Agatha Christie’s holiday home.
Providing inspiration for the murder mysteries that Christie and crime-thriller fans love even to this day, Murder on the Orient Express the 1934 Hercule Poirot novel is an excellent who-dunnit. Read more…
Hardy’s Cottage writer-in- residence Virginia Astley will be celebrating the work produced in her workshops at a special readings event in November. Read more…