19 Jun 2017 | LucyFurLeaps

Mapping Memories, Over the Fields, on the Isle of Wight

I am currently preparing for a talk I will be giving this Thursday, 22nd June at Quay Arts, the Isle of Wight’s leading art gallery and venue for live events.  I was thrilled to be invited to speak about my poetry map, Over the Fields, as part of the events and activities taking place around … Continue reading Mapping Memories, Over the Fields, on the Isle of Wight →

03 Jun 2017 | LucyFurLeaps

this foot learned

this moment is a foot fall of bruises twisted ambition faltering goodwill disappointed     pain missed       steps this moment      is resting              resting recovering returning walking      turned degrees-different path // this foot  learned th...

27 Feb 2017 | Jack Lowe

Passing Through

Once upon a grey weekend morningI found myself at a large stationCatching a train to a nearby village. As I ambled through the grand terminalImportant announcements filled the air.Excursions to Paris, London and BrusselsWhere towering structures d...

11 Mar 2016 | Landscapism

Landscapism dispatch #1

Bloody hell! A PhD takes over your life. Expansive blog posts unrelated to my PhD research are probably going to be few and far between over these three years. So landscapism dispatches will have to be brief; no bad thing. A good number of interes...

11 Mar 2016 | Landscapism

Landscapism dispatch #1

Bloody hell! A PhD takes over your life. Expansive blog posts unrelated to my PhD research are probably going to be few and far between over these three years. So landscapism dispatches will have to be brief; no bad thing. A good number of interes...

20 Dec 2015 | Landscapism

Reliquiae Journal – Volume Three

Reliquiæ is an annual journal of poetry, short fiction, non-fiction, translations and visual art. Each issue collects together both old and new work from a diverse range of writers and artists with common interests spanning landscape, ecology, folklore...

16 Dec 2015 | Landscapism

The Combe was ever dark, ancient and dark

Its mouth is stopped with bramble, thorn, and briarCwm, corrie, cirque. Geography lesson rote learning that has stuck. The same etymology from different terrains - Wales, Scotland and France; combe is a south-west England variant - defines th...