One thing I’d come to realise about living in the city was that movement was different here. At home, in the countryside, there was a slow ebb and flow to life. An adagio to the city’s allegro. But it wasn’t the speed as such, more so that the currents of life seemed hindered…
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Perched on tables and chairs, we assembled around the perimeter of the classroom, wondering what it was. Or at least what it was for. In a clearing on…
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Monday morning and Macbeth was on the menu. Ten minutes in and one student had already re-written Shakespeare’s masterpiece, interjecting with ‘that's…
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As a child, O held a deep fascination for me. It was its symmetry, its simplicity. There was a warmth and consistency and a reliability to it. It was…
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An extract from 'Fathom'; the story of a mother and her twin sons, struggling to fathom their new life, their new selves, following the disappearance of…
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It brought with it a confused migration. Somnambulant sailings that seemed bereft of rhyme or reason. A murmuration of one with no discernible course or…
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Fathom explores the evolving identities of a mother and her sons, against the backdrop of a former slate mining village and Wales' 2016 Euros campaign.
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Is nostalgia the Drive-thru of memory?
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