Monthly Archives: October 2010
Yesterday I visited a community project in the depths of Wales. A fantastically thriving project in one of the most isolated spots you can imagine. One hour bus journey to local town. Two and half hours and lots of changes … Continue reading
As the caterpillar lays the egg which transforms in to a chrysalis. And the chrysalis reconfigures itself in mysterious ways. So too does the writer take the experiences of their life and in ways only they can, transmogrify them into … Continue reading
Some days you just don’t know what’s going to hit you. This Thursday began with tea, checking my emails and a quick browse of the BBC website. Shock horror – Hereford was on page one. As I was about to … Continue reading
My MA film script Random Valley is set in Autumn 2010 post the tsunami of cuts that is about to hit Wales. It tells the tale of three youngsters who live in Random Valley a.k.a. ‘The Three Zeds’, who are … Continue reading
Chapter Cafe friday afternoon There’s no alteranttive to the hard graft now. No more throwing ideas around or picking up inspiration from anywhere and everywhere.
Shw mae S’mai