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Where the Lost Things Go

todayMarch 17, 2020 9

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Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham

Lucy says about her self “I’ve worked as a writer all my adult life; for advertising agencies, in prisons, at magazines – and at the BBC.
And performed at gigs, conferences, assemblies. In pubs, theatres, arenas and churches. I’ve run workshops wherever US-and-THEM dynamics are an issue. If you’re not sure I can do what you need, ask. I’ll tell you if I can’t – but it’s unlikely.”

Lucy Berry is a performance poet and a United Reformed Church minister. She’s a fifth generation Londoner and part of a mixed heritage family. She was for four years, Poet in Residence for BBC Radio 2.

She’s worked in advertising, in H.M.P. Holloway as an Art Therapist. Her work constantly explores what the Bible stories are telling us about our successes, our denials and our fear of change plus both her poetry and her prose often have an enjoyable sting in the tail.

I caught up with Lucy to talk about her LENT BOOK “Where the Lost things Go” and asked her where the idea of creating the book came from.

Written by: Rufus Olaniyan

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