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Orbis 176, Summer

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Still waiting for the sunshine? Maybe this issue will brighten things up
with
Helen Ashley and some Borrowed Light, whether you join
Grahaeme Barrasford Young, Playing, 
Lorna Sherry up in Edinburgh,
Nicki Griffin, In Carnadoe Waters, or go with Juli Jana on a Bus Ride
Further still: Alec Taylor’s Space Ilimad. And humming along to
Lara’s Theme (John Arnold), you could enjoy Miraculous Kashgar,
a
Story told by Li Suo and Liang Yujing, and Watching The Invisible Man
with Patrick Deeley. But fine weather or not, unlike Hilaire, (I make no) Apology,
because to experience anything fully,as
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Touch, Taste, and Time
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Featured Poet


Peter De Ville:
Amoxy and Metro face the Dragon; The Blue Scarf; Protest and Intervention

Poems from: Daniel Roy Connelly: Austerity drives;
Katherine Crocker: Nakwetikyawa’s Well;
Alex Josephy: Misericordia:
Mary O’Donnell: On Reading My Mother’s Sorrow Diary;
Terry Trowbridge: The Raven Puppet; Patricia Walsh: Bruscar

Prose from: Phil Dunkerley: As Red as Rubies;
Oz Hardwick: The Drifter’s Song;
Val Williamson:
Escapement

Past Master: Sean Howard on Charles Sorley

Reviews: Maria Isakova Bennett, Philip Dunkerley, David Harmer,
D. A. Prince, 
David Troman and Noel Williams

Orbis 176 contributors also include:

Gary Beck; Jane Blanchard; C M Buckland; Lucinda Carey;
Jim Conwell; 
Stella Davis; Judith Dimond; Frances Galleymore;
Chris Hardy; Ashleigh John; 
Gloria Keeley; Richard Livermore;
Tim Love; Terry Quinn; Chelsea Ruxer;
Caroline Smith; Jean Taylor; F. J. Williams

October 31

# Lancashire Authors Association

Flash Fiction Open Competition

Sponsored by Langtec Ltd.Lancashire

www.lancashireauthorsassociation.co.uk

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LCC

September 12
Live Canon 2016 International Poetry Competition
http://www.livecanon.co.uk/poetry-competition

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September 19
Mslexia Children’s Novel Competition 2016
https://mslexia.co.uk/competition/novel-competition/

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September 5
# @
Friends of Coleridge National Poetry Competition
was August 31
Celebrating the publication of Kubla Khan in 1816
Theme: ‘Imagined Worlds’
www.friendsofcoleridge.com

August 24

Torbay Open Poetry Competition

The Organiser, 6 The Mount, Brixham, South Devon TQ5 8QY UK

www.torbaypoetryfestival.co.uk

September 5

The Friends of Coleridge National Poetry Competition

www.friendsofcoleridge.com

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August 31

BOOKS IRELAND SHORT STORY COMPETITION 2016

http://www.booksirelandmagazine.com/competition/

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August 10

Chorley & District Writers’ Circle Short Story Competition 2016

www.chorleywriters.org.uk

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July 1 – August 21

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre

www.grosvenorparkopenairtheatre.co.uk

www.storyhouse.com

3*

Bit of a misnomer since this tale reveals that of the two friends, Valentine may be a gentleman; Proteus decidely is not. It’s something of a tangled

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