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Flight between capitals

The curving, erratic boundaries of English fields were laid down by centuries of strip-farming, irrigation or plague, Enclosure and the machine-demands of agri-business. Continue reading

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Saxon’s Bane – a slice of England

Saxon’s Bane, by my pal Geoffrey Gudgion, will be released on 12th Sept in the UK and 27th August in the USA by Solaris Books, an imprint of Rebellion.  You heard it here first: read and enjoy. I was lucky enough to get … Continue reading

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The future says:

“…  Remember this: I am not/written in stone/But in time…/You carry fear with you everywhere/Like a tiny god/In its box of shadows …” One fragment of one of the many poems that are just part of UnitedVisualArtists’ installation at the … Continue reading

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