. . . was previously an agriculturalist and enthusiastic sportswoman. A Passion Play she had written for her village lost some of its dramatic intensity when Jesus, performing without his spectacles, placed a puzzled child back to front on his donkey. Undeterred, she has subsequently written a three act Nativity play for the same village - though she has declined to tell us which one.
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David Seddon was born in Liverpool and now lives in Congleton, Cheshire. He has worked for the Navy, been a teacher, a musician and an arts scheduler and is now a counsellor working in private practice and for BUPA.
Amongst other places, he has been published in The Interpreter’s House, Poems in the Waiting Room, Ink Sweat and Tears, Under the Radar, Poetry Scotland, Antiphon and several anthologies. He hopes to have his first pamphlet out soon.