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Update on Bunbury thingys

Hello all you wonderful bunburyists, just a quick update on the things that have been going on.

“Do the write thing” has launched and has been featured in the local press, bit of exposure is always nice as long as it’s not indecent.


Remember to be at Joqux O’th Rock bar every Tuesday to see it, plus there will be a poetry night once a month starting next week with further plans for a play performance night every six months so tonne of stuff going on.

In other news our very own editors/dictators/overlords Christopher and Keri-Ann performed at a poetry night called “Spoken Word” held at the Crescent Pub in Salford.

The final piece of gossip is that Christopher Moriarty is hoping to get his book “Lightspeed” released early next year something we’d all love to see happen.

That about wraps it up for news for the time being, only thing left to say is look forward to all the fantastic things coming up and look out for the next issue of Bunbury which should go down as a thing of legends (get it… the next issues theme is mythology, it’s literally a thing¬† with legends in it, shut up I’m funny.)

Bunbury magazine, testing, testing, 1,2.


Hello there!

Well. Look at us all WordPressy and bloggy.

Sooo! How have you been? Family keeping well? Good. Right, enough small talk, we want you. We want you bad(ly) and we just can’t hide it any more. We want you in our magazine.

The next issue is due out early next month and the theme is Mythology. We are , as you may have already gathered, taking submissions to this end, so please get in touch at


Tonight also sees Bunbury Magazine in association with Joqux O’th Rock, kick off the new Bury based writing group ‘Do The Write Thing’. It is running every Tuesday evening from tonight for the foreseeable from 7:30-9:30. All genres, styles and disciplines are welcome so if you’re knocking about the area, please come and see what the fuss is about! We have big plans for this writer’s group so get involved!

Anywhooo, that’s enough blithering from us, we’re off to raid the shops for biscuits. Man cannot live on tea alone after all.


Love ‘n’ hugs,

(Christopher and Keri)

Yes, I really am that pale.
Christopher and his magnificent beard and glasses