The water moved her silently through the lilypatch, towards the river bank, for a better view of the white sphere. Follow daily on @Meanda55555Filed under: Fiction Tagged: art and ecology, exoplanet, future fiction, water [read more]
A significant piece of Romanesque sculpture has gone missing from the garden of a house in Dawlish, Devon. This was it in November 2011 when I visited to research an article, due to be published in this year’s Transactions of the Devonshire Association. The twelfth-century tympanum, originally [read more]
Advertisement (after Tim Dooley) State-approved cookery books in every emporium of food. Information concerning lipids in dayglow font between speeches. The weather: we can change it. Compulsory viewing of sport in multi-coloured attire. Babies to be named in ceremonies at these eve...
You may think that being a writer means I have few, if any, occupational hazards. Certainly I can avoid many of the difficulties and occasional dangers that surround “ordinary” working life. For example, I have a strong measure of control over where I work, when I work an [read more]
Impress Books will be publishing this exciting new title written by Dan Cohn-Sherbok, George D. Chryssides, and Dawoud El-Alami with a preface by Karen Armstrong, author of Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence. With Islamist violence rising as groups like Al-Qaeda and ISIS make thei [read more]