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Our summer braille edition

My friend Lyvie at the RNZFB emailed today to let me know the summer braille copies of Poems in the Waiting Room were posted out last Friday. She attached this picture of our latest edition. We’re very grateful to The … Continue reading

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Poetry at your fingertips

The Poems in the Waiting Room Spring braille poetry booklet. Lyvie, from the RNZFB, sent me this photo today. Because of the cost of transcribing the poems we’ve had to halve the number we include in each braille edition. But … Continue reading

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Getting a feel for braille

Yesterday in the mail I received a lovely postcard with a message for me in braille. I  hunted out the DIY braille guide, which Lyvie from the RNZFB sent me when Poems in the Waiting Room produced its first braille … Continue reading

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Our winter braille edition

Lyvie from the RNZFB sent me this photo of our winter Braille Poems in the Waiting Room poetry booklet. We’re very grateful to The Lion Foundation for their support and also to a reader whose generous donation means we’re able … Continue reading

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The Summer braille edition is printed

Many thanks to Bendigo Valley Sports & Charity Foundation for sponsoring the summer braille edition of Poems in the Waiting Room. Lyvie, my contact at RNZFB, sent me this photo and said copies of the poetry booklet are on their … Continue reading

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Spring Braille Poetry Booklet

Hot off the press – the spring 2012 braille edition of Poems in the Waiting Room. Lyvie, from the RNZFB, emailed me this picture today and said copies are on their way to the braille readers who have a ‘standing … Continue reading

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Braille winter edition

Lyvie from the RNZFB emailed today to say farewell for 6 weeks. She’s leaving winter behind and heading to Europe for a belated honeymoon.  After telling her we had a light snowfall in Dunedin yesterday she replied, if we had … Continue reading

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