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The Liminal Zone
 

2Mandy Haggith's writing project, ‘The Liminal Zone’, funded by Creative Scotland, explores shorelines as a metaphor for boundaries in our lives, with a parallel research project, Carnegie Trust funded, focusing on the interface between teaching and creative practice. 

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Mandy Haggith, ““The Liminal Zone””Angles [Online], 17 | 2024, Online since 01 June 2024, connection on 17 July 2024. URL: http://journals.openedition.org/angles/7777; DOI: https://doi.org/10.4000/11qj8

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About the author

Mandy Haggith

Mandy Haggith is a poet and writer of fiction and non-fiction based in Assynt, in the north-west Highlands of Scotland. She is a lecturer in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of the Highlands and Islands. Her work includes four collections of poetry (letting light in, Castings, A-B-Tree and Why the Sky is Far Away), an anthology of tree poems (Into the Forest), a non-fiction book (Paper Trails - from trees to trash, the true cost of paper) and five novels (The Last Bear, Bear Witness, The Walrus Mutterer, The Amber Seeker and The Lyre Dancers). Website: www.mandyhaggith.net

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