Three tips for new writers on Medium on how to mint it

I don’t mean to scare you, but, there’s a bigger mountain after this one Photo by Cade Prior on Unsplash

Safe from Harm: stoned peace with a pinch of nostalgia

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Foreplay, cycling and cinema. Not all three at the same time and certainly not in a kinky way

My circumnavigation of Londontown Photo by the author

Monday 27th May 2019

Gorse and limestone, but where’s my snake?

Adder, I know you’re there, somewhere. Photo by the author

Languages are more than split infinitives and regular verbs

It might be “everyday” but are there any dangling participles in it? Photo by Ivan Shilov on Unsplash

Can we have everything in a relationship? Or at least, almost everything?

Love for all, with all the accoutrement. Photo by the author

Tuesday 21st May 2019

A culture-rich walk in Gloucestershire and dressing for April

Chamber D (photo by the author)

Giant Steps: John Coltrane’s coming-of-age masterpiece

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Andu Cafe: the flavour of Ethiopia in Dalston

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Mind and body: the driving combination of our creativity

From the mess ideas will emerge Photo by Dragos Gontariu on Unsplash

Mario López-Goicoechea

London-based, Cuban writer. Author of “Cuban, Immigrant, and Londoner”, to be published by Austin Macauley. Has written for The Guardian and Prospect.

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