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From hill to sea

No waiting / red rose / rust ladder

. No Waiting Poet . . The little red rose on the blue door has seen better days . . Rust ladder to the half-moon This is not the yellow brick road . Now playing: Chris Abrahams – Fluid to the … Continue reading

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Three Colours

Blue Blackbird Raga Sky Transmission ≈ White The blind owl sees no shadows but feels the sun ≈ Red Sounding the sun-bleached colour-field.   A chorus of fire music. ≈ Now playing: Alice Coltrane – Saved from the Fire: The Ashram … Continue reading

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Book Review – Billy Mills on Elliptical Movements

. Another book review of From Hill to Sea. This time from Billy Mills, poet, editor, and literary journalist at guardian.co.uk. Billy also runs hardPressedPoetry press with fellow poet Catherine Walsh. Billy’s blog Elliptical Movements is a treasure trove of book reviews, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Furnace Journal

Many thanks to Coralie Acheson for this considered and thoughtful review of From Hill to Sea in furnace: The Postgraduate Journal of the Ironbridge International Institute of Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham. The review can be read here. Now playing: Joanna … Continue reading

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Cartographies of Chance – Underneath the M90 (II)

These images were ‘found’ beneath a section of the M90 Motorway; an elevated brutalist behemoth straddling ancient agricultural land, north-east of Rosyth. The sheer mass of concrete overhead creates an almost cave like sensation when standing directly underneath. Folded into artificial darkness, violent white light spills around the concrete … Continue reading

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Plastic Baubles

Ahab’s plastic baubles scattered in the void bellies full but starving no need for The Pequod ≈≈≈ Philip Hoare. “Whales are starving – their stomachs full of our plastic waste” The Guardian, 30th March 2016. Now playing: John Cage – Litany … Continue reading

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Book Review / The Library of Congress

Delighted with this generous and perceptive review of  our book From Hill to Sea which appeared on Avocado Sweet this week.  Avocado Sweet is an eclectic mix of interesting articles on Art & Design, Architecture, Music, Writing & Film and much more. It is … Continue reading

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