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She writes poetry and creative non-fiction about memory, desire and loss.
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She is now one of the organisers of Paviliun Puisi, a monthly poetry open mic in Jakarta. Times Stefan Gates is an engaging, thoughtful and unassuming presenter who has fascinating stories to tell. He lives with young unaccompanied asylum seekers in Loughborough. When she's not drawing she drinks an unhealthy amount of tea and reads arguably too much YA. Times Stefan's opening programme, in India, is lively. A long black trench coat which skimmed her calves in length and no doubt protected her from the temperamental British weather plaguing the capital. Daisy LaFarge is a writer, artist and editor based in Edinburgh. He organizes Paviliun Puisi, a monthly open mic gig in Jakarta. The need for and the ability to appreciate food unites us all, and these excursions into the extremes of cuisine highlight what we have in common with people whose lives appear to be utterly different from our own. His passion is contagious and you'll be hard-pressed not to want to trazvel out there and do the same thing. After visiting a tank graveyard full of rusting Soviet military detritus including Scud missiles , Stefan noted it was blown up the very next day and two people killed. Although Uganda is one of the most fertile places on earth, civil unrest means that millions of its people are confined to refugee camps. Example: Feasts The London Paper.
In the past I would have thought that about Nigella,' father-of-two George told the publication. She's performed at events across the North West of England and beyond.
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Terrific, again. She writes poetry and creative non-fiction about memory, desire and loss. They are a member of queer feminist film curation collective Club des Femmes, and is a co-founder of Raising Films, a community and campaign for parents and carers in the film industry. Having made kebabs in Afghanistan and taken stock of a Korean dog farm, this week he pitches up in Uganda for what turns out to be the most interesting programme in the series so far. Susannah Dickey is the author of two poetry pamphlets, I had some very slight concerns and genuine human values , both published by The Lifeboat, Belfast. His passion is contagious and you'll be hard-pressed not to want to trazvel out there and do the same thing. Sunday Times This excellent series continues with Stefan Gates in Venezuela the day after the radical Hugo Chavez was re-elected president, First on the menu is a confusing post-election press conference, washed down with a riot and seasoned with tear gas and gunfire. A vibrant poortrait of a notable cultural tradition and the food doesn't look too bad either. However, Gates proves a deceptively sharp, very funny and gently inquisitive voyager, and this is wonderful documentary television. Chavez channels oil into assisting the poor, and the presenter visits one of the 6, state-funded soup kitchens that feed one million a day.
Having made kebabs in Afghanistan and taken stock of a Korean dog farm, this week he pitches up in Uganda for what turns out to be the most interesting programme in the series so far. She is a staff writer at Another Gaze and a digital assistant at Prospect Magazine.
Less is more? The suffering and violence was pervasive, but what of the future? They currently work as database manager for the charity Arts Emergency, and are helping develop a new advocacy project for disabled creative workers.
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She tweets at LaurenVevers. What could be grotesque and patronising turns out to be informative and occasionally shocking. Sunday Times Having given us several excellent culiary tours of the globe's troublespots, gastro-adventurer Stefan Gates now experiences communal feasts and celebrations Lexi Earl is a writer and science communicator. In the same programme, he travels to Tonga in the Pacific. The rest of her time is spent writing about food, mental health, and defining a successful life outside of work. He discovers that having mined the fields of the local villages, the soldiers must catch what animals they can. Thanks to the local enthusiasm for suckling pig, vast tubs of corned beef and coconut milk with everything, it has the most overweight population in the world. She has gigged a lot. Although Uganda is one of the most fertile places on earth, civil unrest means that millions of its people are confined to refugee camps. Acceptance speech: Receiving her gong, she matched the look with a pair of wide-leg trousers and clumpy boots, which - although colour co-ordinated - lacked glamour Good times!
Times Looking at troubled parts of the world through something as basic as the food that people eat was an inspired idea, and Stefan Gates was the ideal person to do it.
Their writing has appeared in a few places, most recently Sidekick Books' interactive bat-based anthology Battalion, and has been shortlisted for the British Science Fiction Association Award.
Lauren Vevers is a writer from and based in Newcastle upon Tyne.
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