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Ben Brinkburn
author writer poet poetry contemporary
author writer poet poetry contemporary


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The new collection of poetry How To Be A Spaceman is now available as an eBook from amazon and other good online retailers... all for the price of a decent cup of coffee or herbal tea. It can't get much better than that! It will also be part of a printed om...

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Kitchen Conversations
The new collection of poems Kitchen Conversations is now out for general delight and delection! Available from Amazon initially as an eBook and many other good online outlets. It will also be included within Brinkverse, a printed omnibus which will be appea...

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The new poetry collection Mythopoetic is out now! Available from Amazon and other good online outlets, all for the price of a decent cup of coffee or herbal tea. what's there not to like.

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Find out more about my poetry collection How To Be A Spaceman at the website below!

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Indulge in some Kitchen Conversations...find out more about my new collection of poetry on it's own website...

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Find out more about my poetry collection Mythopoetic on it's own small but perfectly formed website :)

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The Brinkers 21st century publishing adventure has finally got off the ground with much flare of rockets and gasps from the crowd!

Three poetry collections arenow available on amazon and soon further outlets as ebooks. A printed omnibus edition- Brinkverse- will also be coming off the presses in the near future.

The current collections are shown below- watch out for posts with links to each of their websites!
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Soviet Space Art
There's some wonderful Soviet era space art, from the time when the future was bright and communism would claim the galaxy. this is an untitled work by V Burmistrov. More to follow, it's irrestible stuff :)

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Could this satellite provide us with some much needed answers about climate change? That’s what scientists are hoping.

More info here:

The first of six satellites is set to launch tomorrow, as a part of the multi-billion-euro Copernicus Earth Observation Project. The satellite will be sent into Earth's orbit, monitoring sea ice, oil spills and land use – supplying us with new environmental and security data.

#Copernicus #Satellite #ClimateChange #Science 
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