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Waiting for Bluebeard by Helen Ivory, one of the shortlisted Medicine Unboxed Creative Prize 2014 artists. "Ivory’s unique voice and stark language makes her world remarkably refreshing. Its beautiful simplicity is engaging, allowing the reader to be easily lured into this seemingly familiar world, while being seduced by the poet’s subtle use of magical realism.”  - The List

Waiting for Bluebeard by Helen Ivory, one of the shortlisted Medicine Unboxed Creative Prize 2014 artists. "Ivory’s unique voice and stark language makes her world remarkably refreshing. Its beautiful simplicity is engaging, allowing the reader to be easily lured into this seemingly familiar world, while being seduced by the poet’s subtle use of magical realism.” - The List

Mourning Diary: October 26, 1977-September 15, 1979 | Roland Barthes

Mourning Diary: October 26, 1977-September 15, 1979 | Roland Barthes

Tumble Book - he greedy Leprechaun King has locked away all the luck in Ireland and the whole country has fallen in to despair. Through clever charades, Fiona outwits the Leprechaun King and restores luck to the land.

Tumble Book - he greedy Leprechaun King has locked away all the luck in Ireland and the whole country has fallen in to despair. Through clever charades, Fiona outwits the Leprechaun King and restores luck to the land.

Joseph Cornell's Manual of Marvels: How Joseph Cornell reinvented a French agricultural manual to create an American masterpiece by Dickran Tashjian

Joseph Cornell's Manual of Marvels: How Joseph Cornell reinvented a French agricultural manual to create an American masterpiece by Dickran Tashjian

Helen Ivory began writing poetry at Norwich School of Art in 1997. She won an Eric Gregory Award in 1999 and then disappeared into a field in the Norfolk countryside to look after two thousand free-range hens. When she emerged ten or so years later, she had two collections with Bloodaxe Books and had helped to build several houses. She is an experienced creative writing tutor and workshop leader. Helen is one of the short listed artists for this years Medicine Unboxed Creative Prize.

Helen Ivory began writing poetry at Norwich School of Art in 1997. She won an Eric Gregory Award in 1999 and then disappeared into a field in the Norfolk countryside to look after two thousand free-range hens. When she emerged ten or so years later, she had two collections with Bloodaxe Books and had helped to build several houses. She is an experienced creative writing tutor and workshop leader. Helen is one of the short listed artists for this years Medicine Unboxed Creative Prize.

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