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Electric Palace

Richard Makin at Electric Palace

Tapestry - Philip Terry

Tapestry – a review

There was a buzz in the atmosphere at the first Reality Street readings and music event at the Electric Palace on Wednesday 19th February 2014.  Local writer, Leigh Kennedy went along to listen and to ask Philip Terry about his novel, Tapestry, a mixture of the comic and tragic in post-1066 England.

Posted 20:26 Sunday, Mar 16, 2014 In: Literature Tags: Electric Palace Reality Street tapestry bayeux tapestry

Mixed events start Hastings Week

We’re now into Hastings Week – a series of local events, commemorating the skirmish that occurred nearby on October 14, 1066, and culminating in Bonfire Night this Saturday. Last Saturday we had “Books Born in Hastings”, a mini-bookfair in the neo-Gothic splendour of the Town Hall’s Council Chamber, where local authors and publishers peddled their wares, writes Antony Mair.

Posted 10:01 Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013 In: Literature Tags: antony Mair books born in hastings earlyworkspress goldsmiths prize Ken Edwards Michael Short postcards fromhastings Reality Street tapestry utter nonsense in hastings victoria seymour

Insane Leonards: snapshots of delirium from a new magnetic pole #4

The fourth and last episode of Insane Leonards by author Richard Makin

Posted 08:23 Tuesday, Sep 3, 2013 In: Literature Tags: author Dwelling Hastings Reality Street Richard Makin Saint Leonards
Reality Street Book of Sonnets

The history of Reality Street

The history of Reality Street

Posted 11:45 Friday, Mar 15, 2013 In: Literature Tags: Creative Writing Ken Edwards poetry publishers Publishing in Hastings Reality Street Small Presses

Insane Leonards: snapshots of delirium from a new magnetic pole #1

First of an irregular episodic piece of writing by St Leonards-based author Richard Makin

Posted 19:36 Friday, Jan 18, 2013 In: Literature Tags: author Dwelling Hastings Reality Street Richard Makin St Leonards
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