• News

    What’s On: Literary Events Calendar: March 2021

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    As Emily Dickenson said, “March is a month of expectations”, and expectations are high as we bid farewell to the cold winter air and welcome the warmth of the sun here in Manchester. With the promise of a new road map forward and vaccines rolling out, it’s still safer to stay indoors, unless necessary, but…

  • Creative, Culture, Manchester, News

    Literary Events Calendar: February 2021

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    Moving into the second month of these unprecedented times in 2021, here are some events happening across Manchester to keep you busy! Some of these events may not be literary in nature, but they still have the ability to jump-start your creativity, mindfulness, and puzzle-solving skills, all of which are beneficial to writers and readers…

  • Creative

    Creative: Call for submissions – JOURNEY

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    Letter from our Creative Editors: We’re open for submissions! January 2021 “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was…

  • Creative, Interview

    Staying Creative During Lockdown: An interview with award-winning poet Adam O’Riordan

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    aAh! Magazine catches up with Adam O’Riordan on how he is tackling creativity during the pandemic.  O’Riordan is the youngest Poet-in-Residence at the Wordsworth Trust and the winner of the Eric Gregory Award (2008) and the Somerset Maugham Award (2011). He is the author of the poetry collection, In the Flesh (2010) and A Herring Famine (2017), as well…

  • Creative

    Creative: Yuánfèn* By Meera Jacob

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    Original Art by Elysia Womersley Yuánfèn* Day 7 The water had receded. The rains had stopped. It was the first time I had been outside the gates. The roads had turned into waterways. At six am, he turned up as usual. I had two bottles of water and a packet of biscuits ready for him….




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