Sputnik Faith and Arts Huw Evans’ ‘Minor Monuments’ comes to life

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Huw Evans’ ‘Minor Monuments’ comes to life

Newcastle-based poet and author Huw Evans has been an integral part of Sputnik for a long time, as our resident expert on writing and a regular contributor to our blog.

He’s also a fantastic writer and performer, and we were greatly pleased to support Huw’s work by helping him publish his debut poetry collection Minor Monuments with the help of our Sputnik Patrons.

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‘Minor Monuments’ by Huw Evans

Minor Monuments is a collection of poems inspired by the district of Ardudwy in North Wales, the works of Sir Thomas Browne and the Welsh mythologies of the Mabinogion. You can read more about it, and buy a copy, from Huw’s website. You can also attend the official launch event at the Holy Biscuit in Newcastle, next week – more details here.

Minor Monuments is also available at: Amazon.co.uk, Blackwells, Book Depository Ltd, Waterstones; (USA) Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble; (AUS/NZ) Booktopia.

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