Monthly Archives: February 2015

Finding art in taking risks: Doug Williams

By Roz DeKett “I have hated this play sometimes,” says Doug Williams. Strong words, when you’re talking about something you’ve written yourself. But it’s not so much the play: it’s the formidable struggle with writing and rewriting that drives a … Continue reading

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Enriching history with a story-teller’s voice: Hazel Gaynor

By Roz DeKett Hazel Gaynor’s second historical novel,  A Memory of Violets, tells the tale of two orphaned Victorian flower sellers, seen through the troubled eyes of Tilly. Tilly stumbles on the story of Florrie and her sister Rosie in 1912 … Continue reading

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