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.
Originally posted on Walker's Rambles:
Today, I received a routine email from the Guardian regarding my ongoing subscription to the paper. I have been a regular reader of the Guardian for 40 years including as a subscriber in recent years. But no longer. My email explaining why is listed below. Hi there Thank you…
Originally posted on Progressing into Solitude:
I once knew a vet Tried and true Made a living Fixing your shoe His business Went under For in these times We buy a new pair Before repairing our old All I ask If you have a chance Replace your soul Before buying A new pair inspired by a guy from…
Originally posted on Roy Marshall:
The quote at the top of this page is taken from the wall of ‘Shakespeare and co.’ a bookshop on the left bank in Paris. I discovered the shop when returning from a train trip through several European countries with a girlfriend when I was eighteen and took a photograph,…
Unless you have been in Outer Mongolia for the past few months you will be all too aware that this Thursday, 23rd June, UK citizens will be voting whether to remain in, or to leave, the European Union. Let me say at the beginning that I think that the worst mistake of many made by… Continue reading The Referendum