New collection of poems inspired by Shippea Hill
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Author Dominic O’Sullivan has published a new collection of poems inspired by one of Cambridgeshire’s smallest railway stations.
Entitled Shippea Hill, the anthology features more than 60 poems which celebrate the diversity of Ely, the surrounding Fens, and, of course, Shippea Hill itself.
Mr O’Sullivan, of High Street, in Ely, has seen three previous collections of stories and poems published; Swifts, in 2009, Icarus in Reverse, in 2013, and Undercover, last year.
He has also had some of his plays and monologues performed at the ADC Theatre, in Cambridge.
The book is available for purchase online at www.shieldcrest.co.uk/dominic-osullivan2.html, from Burrows Bookshop, in High Street Passage, or from Topping and Company, in High Street, Ely.
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All proceeds will be donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care.
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