Mend and make do: a poem by Martha Sprackland

30 September 2016 // Poetry

The arm of my sunglasses – now they are so level even my crooked face parades a certain symmetry. This front tooth, whose bedrock is endodontic filler, was cleared of pain and fixed. The molar at the bottom left waits its turn. A milk jug cleft from base to lip. A commemorative plate. All cracked […]

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A quick word on The Good Life Experience

29 September 2016 // Events

A couple of weeks ago, sipping douglas-fir-rimmed G&Ts, we watched the sun set on yet another festival season. Pumpkins, apples and mirrorballs adorned the Hawarden Estate. Dogs cocked their heads confusedly at Chris Watson’s dolphin recordings. Stealing Sheep fired confetti cannons into the audience – and the bookshop.

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Wake the town and tell the people!

29 September 2016 // Jeb's Jukebox //Music

Attention all lovers & losers: Jeb’s Jukebox Vol 2 is released tomorrow. You’ll find it streaming on the Caught by the River Mixcloud page from 9am and, if you’re on our mailing list, you can download it using the link on this week’s newsletter. Presented as a mixtape, this fine selection of choice cuts from […]

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Newsletter Competition – Elsewhere Journal

28 September 2016 // Competition //Magazines

Elsewhere: A Journal of Place is dedicated to writing and visual art that explores the idea of place in all its forms, whether city neighbourhoods or island communities, heartlands or borderlands, the world we see before us or landscapes of the imagination. Drifting excursions through city suburbs and journeys on foot along the ancient old […]

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Japan Sound Portrait

28 September 2016 // Field Recording

Japan Sound Portrait are pleased to announce the project’s first physical release – a bamboo USB card containing an hour of lossless audio as collected by the project to date. These have been combined into a continuous mix by the project’s founders, Nick Luscombe, from BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction, and Neil Cantwell, co-director of […]

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