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Almanac Poetry: ‘Blue Wren’ – Tommy Mallet

The beauty of a blue wren singing is so perfect, pure and precise to Tommy Mallet’s ears as his poem clearly relates.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Woodcutting’ – Tommy Mallet

Working in the bush can be tough but a change of weather is welcome as Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘Woodcutting’ suggests.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Air and Blood’ – Tommy Mallet

It’s hard yakka working in the the bush as Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘Air and Blood’ suggests.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Only Planets Remain’ by Tommy Mallet

The latest offering from Tommy Mallet, ‘Only Planets Remain’, that moment before dawn and all its magic.

Almanac Poetry: ‘White Owl’ – Tommy Mallet

A wise old owl is the focus of Tommy Mallet’s poem, ‘White Owl’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Dawns’ – Tommy Mallet

The magic of the awakening day is reflected in Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘Dawns’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Gravel Bay’ – Tommy Mallet

There is nothing better than a dip in the ocean after a day’s work. Tommy Mallet’s poem ‘Gravel Bay’ reflects the serenity of this feeling.

Almanac Poetry: ‘The Falling Road’ – Tommy Mallet

Tommy Mallet has penned a wonderful heart-felt tribute to an old man in his poem ‘The Falling Road’.

Almanac Poetry: ‘Roots’ by Tommy Mallet

A man and his dog beautifully told by Tommy Mallett in his poem, ‘Roots’. [Welcome Tommy. Glad you’ve finally decided to publish your poems. – JTH]

Tom Wills Bibliography

Johnhenry Holmes has taken an interest in Tom Wills for many years. During this time he has compiled a bibliography of items relating to Tom Wills. Paddy Grindlay – who has been our W.K. Trewick Scholar (thanks in part to Chris Bracher’s generous donation) spent a recent week compiling it in this post. (Thanks Paddy). We hope to have another Tom Wills Dinner in the lead up to the forthcoming Ashes series.