One day last week, I found myself in central London with a few hours to spare before my bus back […]
Solar eclipses are not that unusual: we get about 2 or 3 a year somewhere on earth. In August 2017, […]
Gothic gloom par excellence by Sarah Perry.
‘Poetry can repair no loss,’ John Berger writes, ‘but it defies the space which separates.’ This year, The Clearing has commissioned seven writers to mark the Remembrance Day of Lost Species. The second of these is by Anita Roy.
A novel borne out of an earthquake, a departed friend, and a translation from which lost voices rise.
We are what we eat. In this case, a lot of cheese.
Extinction has been going on for a long time: since creation itself in fact. The first man-made extinction dates back […]
Stepping off the calendar, away from the regulated, rigid, mechanistic march of minutes – for a spell, anyway, as winter approaches.
Greek myths and Dorset magic in autumn.
A walk in wild Wales along the Pembrokeshire coastal path involves close encounters with puffins, seals and shearwaters…