Author Archives: phoenixmartin

About phoenixmartin

C&G IT; BTEC Business Studies; BSc Hons Grad - Dipl Lit - published writer and poet working on play. Masters Ed

EU-PHEMISTIC

When will the EU stick-in-the-muds pull their heads up from their conference wit the phantasmagorical ostriches and concentrate less on STATOGANDA and more on how to make Brexit work to their advantage either side of the referendum? Ever hear of … Continue reading

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Tinted Memory of Argus by Perry McDaid

An acrylic of a favourite playground of my youth through rose-tinted glasses.

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SHAPE OF THINGS PAST AND TO COME

I can’t help wondering if a certain POTUS sees himself as the new Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) seeking to unite his followers in the worship of Aten, the great golden disc – which in this case would be the dollar. If … Continue reading

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L Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future 2016

I was fortunate enough to receive an “Honorable Mention” in this contest last year and provided with a certificate for my efforts. I tend to reticent to display such awards, playing down their significance. Maybe its time I stopped that … Continue reading

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DEATH AND DECORATIONS ANTHOLOGY – HORRIFIED PRESS

My short story, One Last Drag, had been accepted by 13 o’clock Press for this anthology which did well in the P&E poll for 2016. As per Dorothy Davies 17 January 2017 RE: PREDATORS AND EDITORS NOMINATION FOR 2016 Horrified … Continue reading

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Christmas Reads

Excellent stocking fillers for the readers in the family: Pixels: The Cause and the Cloud Cuckoo Mythic Blood (The Milesian Revised) Paladin of Tarrthála (Dissector’s Cut) String o’ Misery (Short Stories to creep you out) Ruby Silver – The Irish Anthology … Continue reading

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What Price Sight?

Ever visited a gallery and been struck the the beauty of a piece of art? Try looking out your window now and again, or raising your eyes from the ground or shop windows. You might just see the evidence of … Continue reading

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