The Tammersford Lot

Fishcake Publications
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 Surrounded by moorland, Tammersford is as closed off from society as its residents are from each other. Too consumed by their own routines to really understand themselves – and those whom they encounter – the people of Tammersford continue to lead lives marred by monotony, cowardice and poor communication. Just as dismal winter turns to searing summer and back again, passions that run high are soon quelled, and convictions held are all too soon repressed. Only certain among Tammersford’s residents are able to sow the seeds of change, but faced with a degrading environment and a legacy of traditionalist values, the status quo may reign supreme for some time to come.

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About the author

 Rosie is a freelance journalist based in the north of England. She has written for the Dalesman, Wanderlust and the Huffington Post, and contributes a monthly piece to the Guardian's Mind Your Language blog. A huge language enthusiast, Rosie is also at the helm of a new enterprise for promoting language teaching and learning, a feat which complements her creative writing to the degree that she wants readers to think about how far language can really convey what we mean it to.

 

The Tammersford Lot is Rosie's first collection of short stories. She also writes poetry and dabbles in illustration, as well as penning comic pieces that satirise the human world under the guide of an ex-penguin (see http://www.expenguin.com). 

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Publisher
Fishcake Publications
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Published on
Jun 20, 2016
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Pages
80
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ISBN
9781909015432
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Language
English
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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