The Bird Effect Diaries

31 July 2010 // The Bird Effect

The diary of the making of a film. and an on going fascination with birds and their accompanying cast of human characters. By Ceri Levy. Wednesday 2nd December “Whatever path your life takes, make it useful and strive to achieve progress, however modest it may seem in your chosen field. In this way you will […]

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Lines Made By Walking

30 July 2010 // Uncategorized

by Jude Rogers 18. Site Lines So we all hopped on a train, or started up a fiery engine, and headed down to Cornwall for the Port Eliot festival. I ventured alone, from Paddington to St Germans, a four-man tent on my back, as well as mud-weather wellies, scruffy clothes for all seasons, and a […]

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Letter From Arcadia

29 July 2010 // Arcadia

The Pit And The Pendulum. ja your news of death in bivvy city put my indicators half-slack. a different face on the wanted poster now. heathcliffe holds up spawnbound coach. the old dodger gone, no 2 robbed of its pearls, and half the bivvies with it, i suspect. two years back, opening night down wimbledon […]

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Port Eliot in Pictures

28 July 2010 // Port Eliot Festival

Our friend and long-time contributor Neil Thomson was down at Port Eliot with us at the weekend and managed to get photos of pretty much everything that we were too busy drinking to capture. Here a selection of his pictures from the weekend. Hope it gives some idea of how ace it was. Book now […]

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This Summer, I Will Mostly Be Reading

28 July 2010 // Summer Reading 2010

Tim Dee. I don’t really like fish but I am much looking forward to Andrew Grieg’s account of ghost casting for the great poet Norman MacCaig, At the Loch of the Green Corrie. I am not much of a mountain-man either but will certainly read Jim Perrin’s West, the climbing writer’s memoir. The good news […]

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