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New
Lydia Kennaway and Claudia Zeiske, winners and writers-in-residence

17 Nov, 2021

We have started an initiative to strengthen the support that we provide to walkers-who-write and writers-who-walk.

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And our writing competition winners are…

27 Sep, 2021

Lydia Kennaway and Claudia Zeiske pick up the winners' prizes for the walk listen create inaugural writing competition.

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Writing competition Shortlist announced

9 Sep, 2021

We are delighted to announce the shortlist of writing pieces in our inaugural writing competition on the theme of "Walking and Listening".

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WRITE ABOUT WALKING & LISTENING – the long list is published!

1 Sep, 2021

20 authors who have been long listed in our inaugural writing competition.

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Winterfold Forest by Paul Roden

1 Sep, 2021

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Fatherland by Maggie McShane

1 Sep, 2021

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Blind March to London, April 5th – 25th 1920 (‘Social Justice Not Charity’) by Lydia Kennaway

1 Sep, 2021

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Loop Walking (Fragment) by Murdo Eason

1 Sep, 2021

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Trail meditation by Jon Rainford

1 Sep, 2021

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Stepsounds by Liz Nicholas

1 Sep, 2021

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Compass by Megan Hicks

1 Sep, 2021

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Summerhill by Patrick Roycroft

1 Sep, 2021

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Selective memories by Gerald Dampier

1 Sep, 2021

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Tapping by Andrew Simms

1 Sep, 2021

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Walk, Listen, Repeat by Kate Meyer

1 Sep, 2021

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Walking in circles, chasing sunsets by Kristina Borg

21 Aug, 2021

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Mapping a digital quipu

29 Sep, 2020

Elspeth (Billie) Penfold is a textile artist who brings her experience of teaching and research into performative work. In 2012 she formed the arts group Thread and Word. Through call outs and personal invitation Elspeth works collaboratively with invited artists and academics to develop performative walks. Elspeth was born in Bolivia, and she likens the digital threading of texts with the physical threading of Andean quipus.