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N A Rossi unboxing Rock On

The thrill of unboxing

Even though I have been a published author for almost 18 months now, opening that box of paperbacks with my name on the cover is

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Canary Wharf from South London

Inspired by this London skyscape

Where a maze of derelict warehouses and old cranes once testified to Britain’s decline, glass skyscrapers teeming with traders now dominate London’s docks, a metaphor

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N A Rossi with Tracy Brabin

You are an artist

When I met Tracy Brabin MP, who has recently been elected Mayor of West Yorkshire, early in 2020, she gave me some uplifting personal advice.

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Drone Display

Dancing with Drones

Everyone wanted to talk about the drones. It was the last thing I had expected. Four years ago, I did some research on the Nepal Earthquake of

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Penumbric magazine cover

Author interview: N A Rossi

I’m thrilled to have made it onto the cover of Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine. ‘You’re old. You’re tired. And a burden on society. So just

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N A Rossi with headset

A chat with the Orwell Society

On Sunday 17th January 2021 I gave a virtual talk to members of the Orwell Society, introduced by Quentin Kopp whose father was George Orwell’s commanding

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N A Rossi holidng Rockstar Ending

My momentous 2020

THANK YOU for making my 2020 momentous – in a nice way! 🤩📖 🙏 Two years ago, I was working in a demanding corporate job, harbouring

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Dillie Keane

You have to laugh

To celebrate her 68th birthday, satirical singer Dillie Keane wrote this ‘Song for Dominic Cummings’, the controversial adviser to Boris Johnson, the UK Prime Minister,

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Bowie nudibranch

Bedazzled by Bowie

My lovely sister-in-law sent me a link to Bowiebranchia, the most incredible Tumblr site, this week. As someone who is both a Bowie fan and

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N A Rossi in bookshop

Why I love being on the shelf

Here I am, in my favourite bookshop in the whole world, brandishing my signing pen and getting stuck into a pile of paperbacks that might seem familiar.

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