James Nash's first
major collection, reprinted in 2006, shows a mature
writer flexing his muscles and asking the big
questions; What do men talk about in the gym? Which
people should you steer clear of? What songs would
you want played to you in a coma? Why is having sex
in an allotment not a good idea?
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Sometimes you hear someone's story and you wonder,
'Can I write that down, and do it justice?'. This
is the story of Jonathan's grandfather, as told to me by
Jonathan one morning at my house during a Buddhist
mediation day. The story of a transgendered male,
it is written in a series of loose poems, accompanied
by beautiful and moving images from international
photographer Casey Orr. 'In Transit'
toured the country as an exhibition
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In Deadly Sensitive, we have a selection of sixty
of the best from prize-winning writers Char March and
James Nash; full of humour and humanity the book
celebrates three years of shared performance up and down
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What happens when four male writers write about
their fathers; four sons reveal the bonds that
exist between themselves and their very different
fathers, and then in second stories consider their own
roles as fathers or father figures.
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