David Stenton

David StentonRetired. Graduated from University of Oxford in 2005 with BA (Hons) in Classical Languages and Literature. A newbie novelist currently in the final review and edit stages of my first novel, "Walk My Journey". I'd class it as fantasy, but (as with other ideas I'm working on) I prefer to focus on personalities, avoiding (mostly) monsters, gods, super powers, and magic. Away from fiction, my main interest is traditional songs. I'm compiling a collection of such songs that were popular in the Falkirk/Stirling/Dunblane area between 1780 and 1840. Its working title is "The Forth Valley Songster", and I gave a talk on that at a Broadside Day conference, held at Strathclyde Uni in February 2019. That paper has now been published along with other papers from the conference. 

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Weegie Wednesday November 20th with AGM , main meeting from 7.30pm and guest speaker Lindsey Fraser on children's publishing and agents
November 20, 2019, 7.30pm, The Project Cafe
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