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TRACEY WARR:
Frontiers in Retreat
For the last five years I have been a participant in the art and ecology research project, Frontiers in Retreat. The project engaged with a range of sites across Europe and involved 25 artists and 8 curatorial organisations. Research in the project took me to the Catalan Pyrenees (with CAN), to Fi [read more]
ALEX WOODCOCK:
Lost Doorways
Midday in Rye, East Sussex, and it’s started to rain. Late-season tourists are reaching for their waterproofs and heading for indoors, leaving the churchyard that only a few moments ago was packed, a guided tour in full swing. I’ve just noticed the outline of part of a Romanesque doorway, le [read more]


ANTHONY WILSON:
The Year of Living Deeply 3: Mark Strand’s Weather of Words
When I first read and began thinking about The Year of Living Deeply one of my instant reactions concerned the impact I knew it would make on my consumerism. Now, I like to think of myself as someone who walks across this planet as gently as possible. The narrative that I like to tell mys... [read more]

JENNIE FINCH:
First Steps in Writing – My earliest story

Every writer, published or not, takes their first steps into the unknown sometime.  Often that moment is lost in the past, a distant memory from school or left to moulder between the covers of an embarrassing teenage diary.  As we practise, our prose becomes more polished and those of us using [read more]