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Bookmaking workshops, theatrical double bills, charts on the 3rd act twist and literary blind dates are all going on in the latest Meanwhile. If you fancy seeing a one-woman show about a magical clock, want to attend a five day long book-craft extravaganza or find out what a Double Shyamalan entails, head below the jump.  Continue reading

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Meanwhile…

meanwhile

For the first Meanwhile of the new year we want to get you inspired for the year ahead, so we’re pointing you towards two pieces of great fiction, showing you a couple of views on writing your fiction and linking to two first-rate writers who have written their own fiction.  Continue reading

Meanwhile…

After a mad few weeks putting together Interrobang, we’re blasting back into action with the online side of Annexe. As we haven’t had a meanwhile in some time, here’s one for you. A list of what’s going on in literature both in cyberspace (how delightfully 90’s) and IRL.

We’ve got poems created by search engines, book vending machines, beautifully scented poetry, and some love poems that just stink! Continue reading

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Let’s start Meanwhile off with a fact.

In 1758 Carl Linnaeus classified the tomato as “lycopersicum” (wolf peach), echoing the medieval view that eating them could turn you into a werewolf.

And now that’s out of the way, what is good in the world right now? Well…
An interactive poetry party, a zine made in a day and famous writers’ rules for writing fiction. Continue reading

Meanwhile…

From an article on the future remix of the novel to a show about remixing TV to make poetry with a healthy stop at near-future sci-fi in the middle. Have a look after the jump at the literary tidbits that we think you should know about.  Continue reading

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Angry letters from fonts and malaise-filled haiku pepper this issue of meanwhile. Have a gander.

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Meanwhile: Shakespeare & Co. and the passing of George Whitman

At the end of last year George Whitman, the proprietor of Shakespeare & Co. passed away. A literary champion with as much of an international following as his famous bookshop, Whitman ‘offered work, shelter and support to countless writers’. This article, from the art and photography magazine State, touches on Whitman’s history and the legacy he has left behind.
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