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by Janet Paisley

Author: Janet Paisley
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Chapman Publishing (September 1996)
Pages: 72 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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In Alien Crop Janet Paisley draws upon a woman's personal views of love and sex, children and the natural world, but evokes them as much through metaphor as by direct observation

In Alien Crop Janet Paisley draws upon a woman's personal views of love and sex, children and the natural world, but evokes them as much through metaphor as by direct observation. The title poem is a celebration of fertility, male energy symbolized by ships and the female identified with the sea, & depths combed smooth with light'.

Alien crop (Chapman new writing series). Learn More at LibraryThing. Janet Paisley at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780906772652 (978-06772-65-2) Softcover, Chapman Pub, 1996.

Janet Paisley is an award-winning poet, author, playwright, non-fiction and scriptwriter, writing in Scots . Sharleen Ah'm Shy is a Scots poem written by Janet Paisley

Janet Paisley is an award-winning poet, author, playwright, non-fiction and scriptwriter, writing in Scots and English  . Sharleen Ah'm Shy is a Scots poem written by Janet Paisley.

Alien Crop (Chapman New Writing). Books by Janet Paisley.

Chapman Publishing, Jan 1, 1996 - 66 pages. Bibliographic information. Alien Crop Chapman new writing series, ISSN 0953-5306. Chapman Publishing, 1996. 0906772656, 9780906772652.

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January 22, 1956 – October 28, 2017. Hey guys its Jessica. Sorry I’ve been MIA for so long. I apologize for the long overdue wait for Janet’s next book. She has been working on this book over the last year and a half while dealing with her battle with cancer. A new romance from the New York Times bestselling author of the Spellbound Falls novel. ane Abbott knows that she’s nobody special, so instead of looking for romance she’s hunting partridge in the Maine woods when a plane crashes into a nearby pond. Diving in to save the pilot, Jane instinctively gives him air by way of a lifesaving kiss, and leads him to safety through a barrage of gunfire.

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In 2001, Janet Paisley's short film Long Haul won a Bafta nomination

In 2001, Janet Paisley's short film Long Haul won a Bafta nomination. She also writes poems, stories and radio drama for children. As the tension builds up among a group of women during Janet Paisley’s powerful drama Refuge, set inside a safe house in Scotland for victims of domestic violence, they have to confront not only the ever-present threat of male violence but also some uncomfortable truths about their own past actions. In Alien Crop (1996) she draws upon a woman’s personal views of love and sex, children and the natural world, but evokes them as much through metaphor as by direct observation.

Janet Chapman was born in northern Maine and is a New York Times bestselling author. She died after a long battle of cancer on October 28, 2017

Janet Chapman was born in northern Maine and is a New York Times bestselling author. She died after a long battle of cancer on October 28, 2017. Janet Chapman is the author of twenty-two contemporary and magical romance novels, all of which are set in her beautiful state of Maine. She lives in a cozy log home on a beautiful lake with her husband, surrounded by an eclectic assortment of wildlife that she finds both entertaining and inspiring.

In 1996 Alien Crop was shortlisted as Scottish Book of the Year and Sooans Nicht was Critics Play of the Year.

Janet Paisley is an award winning poet, author, playwright, non-fiction and scriptwriter, writing in Scots and English. Born 1948 Ilford, Essex of Scottish parents, she grew up in Avonbridge, a small village in Central Scotland. Marriage, a teaching career, the birth of seven sons, the death of one, and divorce followed. In 1996 Alien Crop was shortlisted as Scottish Book of the Year and Sooans Nicht was Critics Play of the Year.