Tag Archives: G.B. Edwards

Versatile, unflinching and soulful. Richard Fleming’s tour de force

Stone Witness by Richard Fleming, published by Blue Ormer Publishing Richard Fleming’s new collection is a tour de force, harvesting poems which include some of his strongest work to date. The best of Richard Fleming’s work is possessed by soul; … Continue reading

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Genius Friend

Edward Chaney’s long-awaited book on G.B. Edwards, Genius Friend is being published and launched at the Guernsey Literary Festival today. And I’m very sad that I’m not there to see it. G.B. Edwards wrote The Book of Ebenezer Le Page, … Continue reading

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A glowing endorsement

A Guernsey Double is about to be published. This is a project I have dreamed about doing since I started writing over thirty years ago. And at long, long last it is happening, and endorsed by the Guernsey Arts Commission … Continue reading

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A Guernsey Double

Delighted to say that my book with Richard Fleming has received an endorsement from the Guernsey Arts Commission. Additionally Edward Chaney, who is the literary executor of G.B.Edwards, who wrote the best novel about the Island ever, has agreed in … Continue reading

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Re-reading Ebenezer

Have begun re-reading The Book of Ebenezer Le Page by G. B. Edwards. This remains the best book ever written about Guernsey. The book was published posthumously. Edwards’ literary executor, Edward Chaney succeeded where Edwards had failed in finding a … Continue reading

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Literature in Guernsey – an untold story

I have been working towards creating an Anthology of literature about Guernsey, as I believe the island’s best kept secret is its literary tradition. I think there are three sources of this literature. The first that written by Guernsey people … Continue reading

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Literature in Guernsey – an untold story

I have been working towards creating an Anthology of literature about Guernsey, as I believe the island’s best kept secret is its literary tradition. I think there are three sources of this literature. The first that written by Guernsey people … Continue reading

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