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Dolly Sen is a writer, director, artist, filmmaker, poet, performer, playwright, mental health consultant, music-maker and public speaker. She has 8 published books since 2002; has taken on performance roles at The Young Vic, the Royal Festival Hall, and around Europe; undertaken a poetry tour; won a poetry award from Poet Laureate Andrew Motion; directed two plays and several TV films; and performed spoken word at City Hall and Oxford University.

Dolly Sen isn't about to sell out - except for maybe a roller-skating giraffe

24 February 2010

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If you want me to sell out, pay me more than £149. I got an email last week, out of the blue, from an advertising company┬ásaying they wanted to place an ad on my website, namely the page with one of my short stories. It is a re-write of Jack and the Beanstalk called Jack and the Dreamstalk, about Jack trying to steal his dreams back from psychiatry. What was funny about the whole thing was that they wanted me to put an ad from Aviva, the insurance company, and they only offered me...

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Dolly Sen woos with some lurv poetry

14 February 2010

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To celebrate Valentine's Day, I am putting some of my love/erotic poetry up on here. You can tell I am in love with someone at the moment, otherwise I would dismiss valentines day as a cheap marketing ploy and be nailing chocolate hearts onto clouds, waiting for birds to piss on them! Come inside I may not let you in or maybe slowly or maybe you will keep me at the door teasing by waiting not quite all the way in not quite touching the side of my walls I want to pull you in deeper I want to...

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Free download of one of my books

3 February 2010

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There is this cool website where you can download free books, I decided to put one of my old novels on there for free download. It is the happy tale of a female serial killer. It is not for the faint-hearted, and the humour in there is a bit sick. Those who have read it, suddenly become scared of me, as if I am the character in the book. I don't know whether to take it as a compliment that the character to them seems real or use this counterfeit power and steal their wotsits. Click here to...

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