New photos of my installation and novella, Meanda, for the Exoplanet Lot exhibition, in France which runs until 4 September. For more details see: Maisons des Arts Georges Pompidou Exoplanet Lot, Exoplanet Europe, Exoplanet Earth Meanda Also don’t miss Meanda on Twitter daily until 4 Septemb [read more]
‘West Chelborough is a village so far from the haunts of men’, wrote the eminent surgeon and author, Frederick Treves, ‘that the visit of a stranger causes some unrest’. Treves authored one of the most popular books on the county, Highways and Byways in Dorset, first published in 1906 and [read more]
Recently I have featured prose writing by various writers, reshaping them in the form of found poems. Annie Dillard on vision: In the actual rooms of time, however, it is a page or two of legal paper filled with words and questions. Ted Hughes on the effect of Arvon: At the same ti...
“What’s in a name?” Shakespeare asked in Romeo and Juliet and this is something writers must ask themselves before they push a button to publish their first story online or – should they be so lucky – sign off on the proofs for their publisher. The name on the front cover will become th [read more]
Over the last two weeks, a series of stunning reviews for He’s Gone have flooded in so this week’s Friday Reads is a round-up of the best bits that the book bloggers had to say. Raven Crime Reads @RavenCrime “I think this first introduction to DI Robyn Bailley and her team has enormous potenti [read more]