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Ted Cogdell – Two Pints and Two Bob Change


Ted Cogdell from Griffithstown, south Wales was conscripted into the first (and only) peacetime militia in July 1939. What was supposed to be six months training turned into seven years of war. His adventures during WWII are truly remarkable. He was awarded the Burma Star, the Arctic Star, the 1939-1945 Star, the Defence Medal and the 1939-45 War Medal. After the war Ted married the love of his life, Maisie. They have one daughter, five grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. This incredible memoir was written by Ted for his family. Ted is 99 years old and still lives in south Wales.


Skye Langdon – Quenching My Thirst

Skye Langdon is the pen name for Gilda Clark. Gilda is a British (Romanian-born) author, currently living in Chester, UK. A keen, dynamic mathematics lecturer, growing a tree of her life, with multiple branches of passions (fine arts, music and writing), intuitive, independent and sensitive to the outside world, with a vivid imagination and adaptability in the face of new challenges.

She uses logic, Abstractionism, embedded in creativity, drawn from mathematics, and her everyday life, to put the words in the right place and create a concoction of new meanings.


Gillian Brightmore – Blood in Butetown

 

Gillian Brightmore is a fiction and script writer born in Wales and an activist in mental health issues. She has published a number of short stories, most successfully, ‘The Woman who loved Cucumbers’ (Honno Short Fiction – 2002). Her work has appeared in Planet Magazine, Big Issue Cymru, Everywoman Magazine, Roundyhouse, Poetry Online Express, ‘Exchanges: Women Writing in Wales’ (Honno Poetry – 1990) and Velvet Magazine.


Rob Graham – Craving For Adventure

Reviews: “Rob’s spirit I admire, and although he doesn’t set out to inspire; he certainly does” – Ben Fogel. TV presenter, author and adventurer 

“Determined to live his life to the full, Rob is rewarded with more than he ever imagined possible. A book for everyone.” – Ed Stafford. Explorer & first person to walk the Amazon River 

“Rob’s challenge to ride alone to the other side of the planet is a massive undertaking.” – Alistair Humphreys. National Geographic Adventurer of the Year in 2012


Hubert Tsarko – Composting For All

 

Review: “The titles of these poems give us some idea of what to expect, but not everything: places (such as Riscle) remembered from the wanderings of an artist living the vie routiere are given a surreal treatment; curious incidents (The Cat Sat on my Glasses) afford us unexpected entry into a private world; dreamlike employment of stock phrases and skilful evocations of atmosphere take us by surprise.” – Dave Lee


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