Caron Freeborn is a writer who has recently shifted her focus from prose to poetry. Her first collection, which came out in May of this year from Kay Green’s Circaidy Gregory Press, demonstrates that the shift has been well worth it: Caron is a fine poet. This is poetry that is of its time and placeContinue reading “Georges Perec is my hero, by Caron Freeborn, Circaidy Gregory Press, 2015 (£7.99 from the publisher)”
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My short story ‘Pretty Words’ lurks within this excellent anthology from Earlyworks Press.
Trumpet blowing #2
and ‘Anno Canis’ wags its tail inside this – another lovely anthology from Earlyworks. You have no idea the trouble I went to, checking the latin: two simple words? Ha! There are cases to be considered. They must agree. Are we speaking in the (big breath) nominative, accusative (oi – you!), genitive, dative or ablative??Continue reading “Trumpet blowing #2”
Other recent writing
I have a story in each of the Earlyworks anthologies, ‘with islands in mind’ (which isn’t science fiction) and ‘The Road Unravelled’ (which is). I think both are still available from http://www.earlyworkspress.co.uk.