Monthly Archives: March 2017

To make-up or not to make-up? That is the question…

OK, so who wants to see a picture of two beautiful women? You do? OK, here we are then: Not what you were expecting? Why not? These two women display a wealth of intelligence, talent, and wit – what’s more … Continue reading

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The Velvet Underground & Nico – Reflecting What You Are

If 1968 was the year that changed the world, then I’d go as far as to say 1967 was the year the world was truly creative – Liverpool alone contributed Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band as well as poetry’s … Continue reading

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Twisted Tax Tales – 50 Not Out

I am thrilled to announce that my short story, ’50 Not Out’, has been selected on merit for publication in Twisted Tax Tales – an anthology of bizarre and twisted short stories. The book is part of the Save the … Continue reading

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Despair

Like written kisses The touch from you allowed But never given     © Mark Davoren 2017          

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The Beat Goes On – Fifty Years of the Mersey Sound

I had the pleasure in January of seeing Roger McGough and Brian Patten perform at the Liverpool Playhouse in celebration of 50 years since the publication of The Mersey Sound, an anthology of poems by McGough, Patten, and the sadly … Continue reading

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