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SINGLE REVIEW: A Glass Too Far by Corey Bowen

Review by Chloe Bell Corey Bowen, a 22-year-old songwriter from Middlesbrough, tends to draw upon embarrassing moments in his life, which he tells through the medium of song. His newly released song: ‘A Glass Too Far’ does exactly that. He tells the tale of a bad experience he had while on a first date, allowing listeners… View Article

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POETRY REVIEW: The Birmingham Jazz Incarnation: Or, Playing the Changes by Simon Turner

For more information, click here Review by Amelia Davis I have mixed feelings about this poetry collection. That’s good, I suppose, because that’s what poetry is supposed to do. Make you feel. But it’s frustrating because I can’t quite put my finger on why I wasn’t smitten with it. I’ll start with what I know I… View Article

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SINGLE REVIEW: A Glass Too Far by Corey Bowen

POETRY REVIEW: The Birmingham Jazz Incarnation: Or, Playing the Changes by Simon Turner

BOOK REVIEW: Tangleweed and Brine by Deirdre Sullivan

GIG REVIEW: Jaws @ Riverside Newcastle

GIG REVIEW: Scouting for girls @ O2 Academy Newcastle

THEATRE REVIEW: Be More, Do Better But Don’t Change @ Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle

BOOK REVIEW: Ryan Higa’s How to Write Good

BOOK REVIEW: Miss Match by Crystal Cestari

FEATURE: Dairy-Free Love Songs

No More Room In Hell @ Arts Centre Washington

BOOK REVIEW: Everless by Sara Holland

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