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Walking Writers’ Circle – Walking A/way

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An “Invitation Only” event for shortlisted authors in the Walking A/way writing competition with VIP guests. VIP guests confirmed include Geoff Nicholson, author of Walking on Thin Air (and many other titles) and Ann de Forest, author, poet and editor of “Ways of Walking”, and Brian Lewis poetry publisher at Longbarrow Press.

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2023-09-23 15:30
2023-09-23 15:30

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plodge

The Scottish and English word plodging has been wading through the lexical muck and mire since the late 1700s, and it refers to icky, slow, molasses-type walking. Plodge is probably a variation of plod. This word isn’t totally out of use, as a 1995 use from British magazine The Countryman illustrates: “Northbound Pennine Wayfarers, plodging through the interminable peat-bogs of the North Pennines.” Even if you have a spring in your step, it’s tough to skip merrily through the peat-bogs. Credits to Mark Peters.

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