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The Father Who Bought Fear

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a short story performed by Brian Whittingham
on BBC Radio 2


Brian performing at The Royal Concert Hall
at The Ballad of the Big Ships.


Labour Writing Workshops with
Brian Whittingham
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AVAILABLE NOW from Amazon:
Brian Whittingham's new poetry collection

Clocking In: Clocking Out
poems and photographs on the subject of work

ALSO

Available from Amazon Kindle

People Who Work Standing Up:
how to workshop Labour Writing

by Brian Whittingham

Click Here to watch a short film of Brian reading from his previous collection, Bunnets and Bowlers,
for a BBC documentary

photo of Brian with schoolchildren at Glasgow Gallery of Modern art
Image © Jim Dunn 2006

In this photograph Brian and some P7 pupils investigated Ross Sinclar's DEAD CHURCH in Glasgow's Gallery Of Modern Art (pictured above). They walked round it, touched it, sniffed it, listened to the noise of it, tasted the air of it, watched others looking at it, asked the why of it, then gave their imaginations licence to make free reign of it, to reach inside and ask themselves what they saw in it. Then they wrote their poems.

 

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Detail of Mural at the Scottish Maritime Museum at Braehead, Glasgow