Wales Arts Review is proud to present Nicky Arscott’s comic The Men’s March from her series ‘A View From Rural Wales.’
The comics series ‘A View From Rural Wales’ was created in 2016 by Arscott, after she became addicted to reading her Conservative MP’s blog, Glyn Davies’ ‘A View From Rural Wales’.
“I used to get angry all the time and fly into rages,” says Nicky, “but since I stopped reading Glyn’s blog and instead created my own universe based on alternative facts, I feel much calmer. My husband is happier, too.”
To find out more about the work of Nicky Arscott visit her website.
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