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26AC: the exhibition

the secret archaeologist

Last Friday saw the launch party for the exhibition 26 Atlantic Crossings, the latest collaborative project from writers’ group 26. The three-day exhibition was in Prince Edward County, Canada, and the only one of the 26 UK-based writers involved able to attend was Faye Sharpe, who – with her artist sister – came up with the original idea and drove the project. Fortunately, Faye has penned a blog piece that lets us enjoy the ‘happening’ vicariously.

I’m now anxiously awaiting my copies of the printed book. There are no more copies left, so if you didn’t manage to buy one for yourself and you’d like to explore the art and poetry of 26 Atlantic Crossings, why not download a free e-copy of it here?

Enjoy!

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