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  • The Deceased Miss Blackwell and Her Not-So-Imaginary Friends | K. N. Parker

    The Deceased Miss Blackwell and Her Not-So-Imaginary Friends

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    • By K. N. Parker
    • Narrated By Jill Rolls
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    Young Martin is your average nine-year-old boy, just one who happens to frequent graveyards, and reads books about spells and monsters. He happens upon one such spell book and finds a spell that allows him to bring back the dead, and the one he brings back is one Young Miss Victoria Blackwell. Miss Blackwell had no real friends to speak of when she was alive, so she had to make ones out of her own imagination. The problem was no one else could see them. With Martin's Book of the Occult though, that was a problem of the past.

  • Helen Chadwick: Of Mutability: Cv/Visual Arts Research S, Book 50 | Nicholas James

    Helen Chadwick: Of Mutability: Cv/Visual Arts Research S, Book 50

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    • By Nicholas James
    • Narrated By Jill Rolls
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    Cv/VAR 50 publishes an interview with the artist Helen Chadwick (1953-96), recorded at her Beck Road studio in 1989. It explores the body-action-photographic works distilled in installations such as Ego Geometria Sum and Of Mutability, and the cromalin prints of 1989: Viral Landscapes, prepared for exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art Oxford in 1990.

  • The Write State | Jill Harris

    The Write State

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    • By Jill Harris
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    This book gives you a fascinating insight into the psychology of creativity, and how you can use it on your journey to becoming an author. Writing a book is a complex process including several different states of mind. After many years of trying to find new ways to write, edit and publish my own work, I stumbled on a foolproof method for overcoming writer's block at every stage of the process. You can do this too, by following the practical solutions presented here.

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