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Amanda Huggins

Poet & Writer

The Wise Owl talks to Amanda Huggins, an award-winning poet and writer from Yorkshire. Amanda Huggins is the author of the novellas 'Crossing the Lines' and 'All Our Squandered Beauty', both of which won the Saboteur Award for Best Novella, in 2021 and 2022 respectively. She has also published three collections of short fiction – 'Brightly Coloured Horses', 'Separated From the Sea' and 'Scratched Enamel Heart', and a poetry collection, 'The Collective Nouns for Birds', which won the 2020 Saboteur Award for Best Poetry Pamphlet.

Her new short story collection, 'An Unfamiliar Landscape', will hit the bookstores this month.



A Canadian Artist who excels in portraits of Native Americans in traditional dress.

The Wise Owl talks to Harley Brown, a Canadian artist best known for his realistic and beautiful depictions of Native Americans in traditional dress. Harley Brown was raised in the Canadian town of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. In his teen years, his family moved to Calgary, Alberta where Harley attended the Alberta College of Fine Art and began to draw and paint the Old West. He has been a member of the Prix de West since 1977 and is also a member of Cowboy Artists of America. He has received many accolades and awards in a number of national art events. Harley Brown has authored three books which have become bestsellers, namely ‘Confessions of a Starving Artist’, ‘Harley Brown’s Eternal Truth for Every Artist’ and ‘Harley Brown’s Inspiration for Every Artist.’