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Sift and Shift

April 27, 2012

This week has been more of a carousel ride than normal.

I’m organising writers-in-schools for Exeter Respect ‘12 (thanks to DAISI) so pleased I have got Edson, Shagufta and Steve D work in primary schools in Devon. Trains to Exeter from Bristol have been the biggest headache. All sorted now. Trains from W-s-M no problems. We will all get together in a few weeks, when it is all over and see if we think it is worth promoting to other schools/ cluster groups and arts in education agencies.

Lorna Goodison had confirmed coming to Bristol for Yardstick in June. This is great news as she has just won a Jamaica 50 award and is excited about visiting Bristol for the first time. This is a great start to programming Yardstick, with Rommi Smith and Nii Parkes details being finalised this will be a good year for writing from the Diaspora in Bristol.

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