Monthly Archives: May 2012

Roe deer domain

It’s late in the evening and on the way to the woods I pass a pair of reddish ears pricked and alert in the long grasses among the sorrel and milkmaid flowers. Because the ears are facing away from me … Continue reading

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Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands

The new Featured Writer is Mark Totterdell whose lovely poem was a prize winner in the Barn Owl Trust competition( judged by me and my daughter). There’s much more ‘Britlit’, as Blake Morrison called it, at the British Library’s Writing Britain … Continue reading

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