Media coverage and what the critics say

BBC Radio 2 – Jeremy Vine Show, PaperChain Podcast, After Nyne, Enfield Independent, Female Arts, Huffington Post,  Ham and High, North London magazine, Grimsby Telegraph, Guardian series (east and north London), thisislocallondon.co.uk, News London, Crouch End Daily, Spontaneity Arts Journal, Watford Observer, World News.

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What the critics say…

The Northern Line (Book)

Fran Lock, author of Flatrock and The Mystic and the Pig Thief: “Here is a way in to thinking and talking about the issues that affect all our lives, told with unflinching frankness and unabashed empathy.”

Mab Jones, author of Poor Queen: “These are poems with a large heart and a very fine sense of the fragility of our transient human experience”

Sara Hirsch, UK Poetry Slam Champion: “The eclectic mix of passionate pleas to humanity and subtle musings on moments missed is perfectly balanced and makes for an urgent and surprising read.”

Midlife of Margot (Play)

Female Arts: “Midlife of Margot by Dominic Stevenson was a particularly strong work that explored the complex decisions, dichotomies and unforeseen consequences of an abortion. The effects on all those involved and their interconnecting lives.

“…Dominic Stevenson I felt had interesting things to say. I look forward to new work.”

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