Tide Lines

27 September 2011 // Books

Ian Collins, James Dodds: Tide Lines Review by Ken Worpole James Dodds is a boat-builder and artist who has lived and worked on the Essex coast all his life, and paints exquisitely. For many years his lino-cuts and wood-cuts have been admired by poets whose work he has illustrated, including Seamus Heaney, Katrina Porteous, Kathleen […]

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I Lived in Trees

26 September 2011 // Music

Mark Fry – I Lived in Trees (Second Language CD) by Nick Franglen I recently mixed I Lived In Trees, the new album by Mark Fry and The A. Lords. Jeff asked me how I came to work with this enigmatic psych folk musician, best known for a rare record released in the early 70s. […]

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Jeremy Wade at River Reads

25 September 2011 // Miscellany

Sandy Armishaw from River Reads bookshop in Torrington, Devon has written to tell us about a new book and event she has planned for later this year:

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Getting to Kernow You

25 September 2011 // Miscellany

From Pete Fowler: Happy to announce my first solo exhibition for some time. I’ve recently rediscovered painting landscapes, not that they aren’t present in so many of my work but this time I’ve turned the spotlight directly on the landscape. In particular, the Cornish coastline. Silas UK were kind enough to offer me some space […]

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Rising Stars

24 September 2011 // Music

This post was about to be titled ‘Record of the Week’ until I remembered that, for some reason, we have never been any good at keeping on top of a ‘record of the week’ column. Still, I’m not going to let that stop me from sharing this LP with you as I’ve been enjoying it […]

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