The perils and rivalry of a love-struck young teenager and his bitter arch-nemesis play out in this tale of lust and honour, jealousy and revenge, all set in and amid a mid-nineteen-ninetees youth club in southern England.
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The continuous conflict raging between man and nature is examined and explored in this documentation of the war to hold back the green. This poem, appearing in Sick Lit Magazine, observes the unending struggle against life.
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Attention to Detail
A community focus creates collaboration, builds support, and offers help and advice to others. As part of Thanet Writers, Seb Reilly is writing exclusive content, most recently an essay on grammar and formatting.
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What the Dickens?
As both a writer and local resident, Seb Reilly is writing a monthly column for the Isle of Thanet News. The latest is a piece on the annual Broadstairs Dickens Festival, Charles Dickens’ legacy, and stage acting.
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The Poetry Posse
The poetry scene in Thanet is vibrant and full of life. In the latest issue of the Margate Mercury, Seb Reilly writes about the movement of writers and poets in the area, and what inspires and fuels their creativity.
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Through his poem The Waste Land, T.S. Eliot was one of the most renowned modernist poets of the 20th century. Seb Reilly spotlights Eliot’s work, life, legacy, and highlights his connection to Thanet in this biographical piece.
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In files and records, lists and logs offer the opportunity to look back. A complete archive of all notable news and currently available published works and writing by Seb Reilly is now available in chronological order by year.
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