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The Urbane Forager: Fruit and Nuts for Free – talk, walk and book signing

Originally posted on The Art House:
We are delighted to welcome Alan Gibson, AKA The Urbane Forager for a talk and book signing, and hopefully (weather permitting) a local walk! Saturday 13 June 2015, 11am at The Art House Alan’s…

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Political – not party political

Originally posted on The Art House:
We saw a post going around this week about a coffee shop displaying a board saying Tory voters are charged 10% more.   Whilst it was mildly funny, and obviously meant to be a…

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There are two ways our collective anger over the right’s fear-fueled ‘victory’ can go.

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There are two ways our collective anger over the right’s fear-fueled ‘victory’ can go. It can lead to depression and fatalism (what they would like) or, if channelled, to an expansion of the public…

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So much, just up the road. V Twin Rally 2014.

So much, just up the road. V Twin Rally 2014..

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In praise of old books

I have, to the side of me, an old book. Could we ever say that of an e-reader. Well, yes. In these days of planned obsolescence today’s device is always going to be tomorrows embarrassment when weighed against newer, flashier … Continue reading

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Polemic

In the context of the current political and economic situation, I feel the urge to resurrect a piece that I wrote during the course of last year. It deals with the themes of change, and how the interests of the … Continue reading

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Book Riot

Another rant on the subject of writing, this time referring to books and the reading thereof. OK, I suppose this post is mostly about reading. Maybe something in it will stir those silent few lurkers from Writing.com who joined me … Continue reading

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