January 31, 2017

Diving into the Wreck - After Yeats, Elliot & Rich

Voting, not voting or vote-less, shore to shore,
We cannot see to row for the future
Has no oars; no centre left to uphold
A bridge of placards, to rebuild the world,
Where blood-thin skies march long and ravens call
On...

January 23, 2017

This poem is in response to all of the women's marches which took place around the world on January 21st 2017.

January 4, 2017

TAG already seems like it was an actual year ago, not just two weeks past. It was its usual self - hectic, social, invigorating and intense. There was the usual mix of hearditbefore and wowthatsdifferent, with a particularly refreshing twist this year due to the amount...

December 17, 2016

Visualising Words:

archaeological narrative through poetry, image & performance

Session organisers:

Erin Kavanagh [Independent] geomythkavanagh@gmail.com

& Kim Biddulph [Schools Prehistory & Archaeology] kim@schoolsprehistory.co.uk 

“Narratives do not always have to be...

December 14, 2016

One wet and windy December day I took a walk along the Gower, in search of raised beaches. Instead I found that an intangible artist had gone long before me, leaving behind sculptures made from stone.

On the face of it

many people will not see

the world spiralling

past, t...

November 27, 2016

Dewlish Elephants, Geophysics & Chalk

November 14, 2016

On November 10th I attended a multidisciplinary conference on Climate Change Science and Policy at the Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies. Discussions covered the machinations of physics to those of fallacy, modelling ratio and the normativity of narrative dissonance...

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