Various different and, on the surface, unrelated events have made me think about drafting and redrafting. My thoughts were initially prompted by a decision to write poetry. I have been writing poetry on an occasional and spontaneous basis since I was thirteen years old; starting with no doubt cringe-making teenage angst, and progressing to political… Continue reading redrafting
Originally posted on The Archers Road End:
Finalists You may have noticed on this blog that I only write something when I really need to, or really feel like it. Three times a season, in most cases. This isn’t because I don’t give a shit – far from it. Take a look at my Twitter…
Originally posted on Roy Marshall:
2016 has been a tumultuous year in western politics. Here in the UK the repercussions of referendum result on leaving the European Union are yet to be understood. Then there was the American election result which seems to have come as a shock to so many. There has been much debate on the role of…
This should be read out in all schools every day.
This is always a good blog to read, but Isabel has introduced me to more new authors than I have time to keep up with through her selections. Highly recommended.
The blog has been in abeyance for a number of disparate reasons. Firstly, I have been concentrating on visual rather than written art practices, and have been investigating the use of spontaneous smartphone photography to record everyday experience of living with manic depression. Secondly we spent a lot of the summer preparing for, and then… Continue reading conflict of interests
Thanks to Theo Webb for this.