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Paula Bohince came in in second place with Among Barmaids, winning £2,000, while Josephine Abbott took £1,000 and third place with Love on a Night Like This. The judges also commended poems by Elaine Gaston, Carolyn Jess-Cooke, Debbie Lim, .
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In her eccentric new memoir, The Importance of Music to Girls, British writer Lavinia Greenlaw writes about the way music — especially rock — propelled her into her first experience of puppy love (with Donny Osmond) and later, her Clash- and Banshee.
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