Mouse and Muse: Trevor’s Website

Trevor is a writer of… poetry for children and adults, short stories, a novel, books of local interest, education resources.

Seems like he just can’t stop…

He regularly performs and collaborates with Dez Allenby and Graham Langley as ‘Three Voices’.

Writing

An overview of things I’ve written over the years, divided into Stories & Plays, Non-fiction and Poetry.

Fern House Books

A small publishing venture which specialises in, yes, small books. We hope each one is as pleasing to look at as to read.

Recordings

Songs and/or poems with music arranged and recorded by The Brollies, by Dez Allenby and myself.

Why Mouse and Muse?

The Mouse and Muse site is a bit like a virtual cupboard – but one which I can keep tidier than most real cupboards. I’m using it to store information about my writing and other work as well as taking the opportunity to keep a blog, when I feel like it. ‘The Mouse and the Muse’ was the title of a book I wrote many years ago to explore the creative use of computer technology in the teaching of English. It seems a neat way to combine the technical with the imaginative, so I’ve hung on to it.

Get in touch today

All enquiries welcome

Trev’s Blog

Some reflections on books and writing as well as some interesting people and places.

This replaces the ‘Mouse and Muse too’ blog and starts afresh!

Happy Birthday John Harrison

Happy Birthday John Harrison

After three years of planning and fund-raising, our John has finally taken his place in Barrow. It’s been a long story with many little setbacks but here he is at last.

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From Mummers to Maryport

From Mummers to Maryport

Our most recent Three Voices gig at The George included a new venture as we tried our melodramatic best to bring a short version of one of the Mummers (or Plough Jags) plays to life. It was, as you’ll see if you look at the YouTube link, pretty lively. In need of rest and recuperation after such an expenditure of energy, we took the high road to Cumbria…

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The Gnome with the Tome

The Gnome with the Tome

The Gnome with the Tome was the star of Christmas – and one of the most unexpected presents ever! Good times…

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December Miscellany

December Miscellany

This is a backdrop painted by a couple of the younger employees at The Ropewalk. Makes me want to write a scene from a play to go with it.  Here's another seasonal snap, a Christmas Tree made out of plastic bottles - part of the Methodist Chapel's annual tree...

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Finding the Foundry

Finding the Foundry

A trip to the foundry to see the bronze figure of John Harrison began and ended problematically but the visit itself was wonderful.

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