Monthly Archives: April 2016

Psychobibliophilia – where’s your book been?

written in a café, distracted by a precarious stool. Psychobibliography is not the word I am looking for, but it will do for now. Age has seen me become increasingly intrigued in psychogeography. Being halfway or more through life, I … Continue reading

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Mud flats and Synth Dystopias

It is late. I have a headache. There will be mistakes in the words below. I’ll correct them soon, but here’s the clumsy version. The Laugharne Weekend is one of my favourite weekends of the year. Last year, when I … Continue reading

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