Monthly Archives: September 2015

23 09, 2015

David Mitchell’s Pearls of Wisdom


The Bone Clocks is an exceptional book, in more ways than one. Not only is it an inspirational magnum opus for aspiring writers, it's full of writing tips too. During the day, my colleague Emily Cunningham and I have been working hard on our online writing courses, developing exercises and motivational content for those who [...]

David Mitchell’s Pearls of Wisdom2015-10-01T17:18:15+00:00
14 09, 2015

The stuff of life


There is beauty in the mundane. Whilst driving to the northeast, I tuned into a local radio phone-in (around Peterborough, I think it was) and the subjects for discussion were wicker and cauliflower. You could ring in to share your thoughts about either topic, or both, if you had woven a wicker display cabinet for [...]

The stuff of life2017-05-19T13:05:41+00:00
4 09, 2015

Disturbed by Dismaland


I went to see Banksy’s Dismaland the other day and came away with mixed feelings. It was an absolutely fantastic, thought-provoking, amusing, disturbing and wry installation – and hugely entertaining too. But every image and exhibit spoke volumes in an instant. So succinct and pointed were the concepts, that the vagaries of climate change, species [...]

Disturbed by Dismaland2017-05-19T13:05:42+00:00

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