Prole reader and writer group

Prole reader and writer group

Reader and writer blog.

This blog is for readers to share their reflections about the poetry, stories and essays published in Prole. Our writers are encouraged to pop in from time to time and contribute to discussion threads.

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Cover art, Issue 8, by Paula Puncher

Cover artPosted by editor Tue, August 14, 2012 13:40:17

Paula is an Essex Based photographer. She specialises in creative/reportage photography, predominantly using available light. More of her work can be viewed here:

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Posted by Maria Bennett Sun, October 07, 2012 13:00:57

Great work. I like the way the eye is drawn toward the figure and how the image mirrors the focus of the reflective themes of some of the work in the publication. I love the editor's note about use of 'available light' - great skill.

Posted by Sue Pace Fri, August 31, 2012 17:12:09

A lot to consider..pinched lives, the wide world ahead, the rise and fall of the ocean and all of it reflected backwards and upside down. Excellent introduction to the variety of lives and stories within this issue.

Posted by C S Mee Sun, August 26, 2012 14:15:18

There's a whole story in this photograph alone. The viewer seems to be peeping through a hole, making you conscious of the viewpoint, which adds to the mystery of the view.

Posted by H.S.Dhillon Wed, August 22, 2012 12:44:33

A beautiful shot that sets the tone for the reader on getting into a reflective thoughtful state of mind. Just love the way it looks on the coffee table, on the car seat, in my briefcase, at Starbucks......