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Revision as of 09:10, 10 August 2017
Welcome to Lossipedia. This resource is intended to throw some light on the creative process behind Jonathan Pinnock's poetry collection Love and Loss and Other Important Stuff. In many ways, this is nothing more than a vain (in more than one sense) attempt to burnish the reputation of the author as a writer of short fiction. However, it is also possible that some may find it interesting and, indeed, instructive.
Also, Wikis can be fun.
The inspiration behind each of the poems in the book may be found here (insofar as the author can remember it), along with any unusual trivia and/or amusing anecdotes.
There are a total of 42 poems in the book. This is how they appear in the table of contents: