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Blog entries by matwoolf

  1. Anglo-Saxon Play for Today. Easy write, old themes. Total crap. Anglo Saxon Sitting here now at the desk I might twist my neck, and I did so just then, to see the South Bay where Hardrada’s longships ploughed up the soft sand, and that cut-throat Tostig leaped overboard, his face all red-whiskered. He cackled, waved his sword artlessly… …Whilst away – good-looking English ladies...
  2. I visited the BBC Radio York studios the night of the coronavirus frenzy - for the playing of my story and an interview: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p080b1zr It starts at the midway @1.07, hope you enjoy it, and what do you think of Harry?
  3. Cracker’s Crack d1 by brightonsauce [IMG] Wouterhagens [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)%5D … ‘Chairman Noir, Chairman Noir, I like it..!’ Cracker spun in the chair, ‘a Chairman Noir,’ he mouthed the words the one last time. He liked these words, very much so. He placed his palms on the arm rests and shuffled his ample bulk into the recess of the plush...
  4. Y'know, waking and I see @Iain's compared me to a woodlouse. I thought to chew back a little, just my poem comes across a bit crazy so I hid it, you know I'm not really Greta Thunburg chasing Iain across the planet. That would be ridiculous. I am Greta Thunburg. I stand at the rail where my mast is proud, the sail full. Vengeance burns in eyes for all of the children of the world....
  5. Supernatural Elements edit up and put on blog
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