Creative
David Shipton
December 2017
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Jaspar Grove
A journey through a forgotten forest
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The Macbeths at the counsellor
The Macbeths visit a relationship counsellor.
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Call For Me When The Clock Strikes Twelve
An old dollhouse makes its way into the hands of children.
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June 2017
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Small Talk
A normal trip to the coffee shop in the morning, right?
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The Tree
Tom Harbottle explores the theme of humans destroying nature in this poem.
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The American War
A story inspired by the lives of Vietnamese freedom fighters.
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January 2017
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What Remains
This personal poem by Becca Ashworth is based on Carol Ann Duffy's 'The Map Woman,' reflecting many of the same themes.
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Hygge - Finding Peace in 2017
Lucy Roberts explores the Danish concept of 'hygge' that makes the Danes the happiest nation in the world.
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Symmetry
Stella McDougall's poignant creative writing explores the impact of Alzheimer's Disease on one's family.
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November 2016
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Whispering Fields
Creative writing that addresses the conflict between the beauty of nature and the darkness of death.
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Where does your creativity come from?
Lucy Roberts takes a look at what features shape a person's creativity and how important childhood is in this respect.
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Their Beautiful Game
A gripping poem questing the ritual of football hooliganism and the violence at the heart of 'Their Beautiful Game.'
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Issue 11
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Strange Things
Strange things, we are.
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Growing Up
No longer a child. And still more to grow.
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Her Majesty - An Enigmatic Icon
The steely gaze that has fascinated generations of modern artists.
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Issue 10
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How To Make A Mug Cake
And as simple as that, you have yourself a treat and can even call yourself a baker!
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What's Your Song?
Sing like the world is listening and be proud of it, sing from the rooftops, sing what you want.
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The Settlement Part 3
'Are you sure we should go through with this?' the visitor asked uncertainly.
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Chaos Theory
That thing of beauty from a shell of stone - Burns bright, but destiny - does die alone.
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The Eyes of the Mountain
Yes, these eyes will do.
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Issue 9
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Wes Anderson
'Wes Anderson: director, producer, actor and a personal icon of my own.'
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Lisa Timoshchenko: An Interview
'I do not like horror films, but I want to make people scared'
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Breadwinners
'Breadwinners flirt with overtime'
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The Wounded City
'Paris, city of love'
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The Settlement- Part 2
'This winter was to change my life'
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Issue 8
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INK Playlist: Reading 1992
'Reading '92 was made memorable by a security guard having 16 stitches after being hit with half of a bass guitar'
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Poem based on lyrics of 'Hunstanton Pier' by Dead Havana
'To vanquish the storm of my mind.'
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Ships By Night
'All in heavy silence sits'
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The 2080 Timeline
'Time. I don't have it.'
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The Settlement- Part 1
''We need to talk,' said the visitor.'
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Archive
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Twins
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The Singing Butler
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The Philosophy Behind Abstraction
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THE END OF THE WORLD
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'DOLL HOUSE'
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The Box Of Delights Writing Competition - Kathryn Warburton
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The Box of Delights Writing Competition - James Doyle
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Unseen Artwork
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The Box of Delights Writing Competition - Alex Burgar: Rejuvenation
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Foreign Bodies, Common Ground
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An Interview with Dr. Noki
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An Interview with Liam Hodges: Menswear Designer
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Berkhamsted School Art Commission and The Great War
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The Lantern
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The Lantern and the Great Fire
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'The Lantern' Writing Competition Winner
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Four Poems
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James Routledge 2016