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June 2022

I'm writing this on the hottest day of the year so far, 31 degrees Celsius is hot for England, so I should be outside enjoying a cold drink.

Before I can get to that I'd better introduce the new edition of Winamop. It's turned out to be a good one too!

We have some old favourites and some new talent to introduce - so I guess there's something for everyone here?

Let's crack on!


it says "stories"

Martin Green is first out of the blocks this month with a story called A Visit to New York. Rekindling old memories.
read this!


KJ Hannah Greenberg has penned a new story in the "Withersmith" series. The title is Misophonia and it features kimchi and a sick hedgehog.
read this!


Andrew Lee-Hart. I'm always happy when I get a story from Andrew as I know it's going to be a rattling good read. This one called Familiar is no exception.
read this!


Mike Hickman follows Greame's science lesson. He's teaching the children about Boiling Point. What could possibly go wrong?
read this!


it says "ART"

KJ Hannah Greenberg again brings us a collection of her photography of flowers and plants. Here are six more colourful images.
read this!


Terry Brinkman. Has a new piece of art called Reflection. It's on his art page where you can see all his other pictures too.
read this!


it says "poems"

Allison Grayhurst [BIO] has returned to the fold with this great selection of new poems: Sinkhole - Unharmed - My Cup - Submit - I saw the Face and Sing.
read this!


Michelle Faulkner, from portland Oregon is new to Winamop and introduces herself with this poem called: Unstable.
read this!


Paul Tristram brings us a new selection of six excellent poems. Here you will find: Where We Cross Swords No Longer - Distracting Tangle - She Blushes… - Desire’s Hanging From The Corner Hook… A-Begging & A-Pleading - Bring Out Your Dead and Crazy Like Emotion (The Poem).
read this!


Terry Brinkman again not only brings us art but poetry too. Here are: Sonnet CDXXXXVII - Sonnet CDXXXXIV - Sonnet CDXXXXIII - Embrace Bliss and Two Doves.
read this!


John Grey always impresses with his original ideas and fine imagery. The poems this time are: What The Dog Knows - The Thief - Trunk And Spider - A Strange Death and Kooks.
read this!


That was alright wasn't it?

Some good stuff there.

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I'm off outside with a glass of vinho verde now.





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