Walking with the Ghosts of the Durham Coalfield – BBC Sounds

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Jake Morris-Campbell carries the ashes of County Durham poet Bill Martin from Sunderland to Durham, recreating the Marratide pilgrimage.

Source: The Essay – New Generation Thinkers 2021 – Walking with the Ghosts of the Durham Coalfield – BBC Sounds

Jake Morris-Campbell

Jake Morris-Campbell

Jake Morris-Campbell is a poet, broadcaster, critic and tutor. He was born in South Shields in 1988. He is the author of the RSL Ondaatje prize-longlisted collection, Corrigenda for Costafine Town (Blue Diode Press, 2021). He completed a PhD in Creative Wr...

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