Tag Archives: Books

That Garden Place: An Update

I haven’t been busy in the garden. Post the wedding we decided to just let it go…. and go. Mostly laziness? Probably. The Textiliste who hates the idea of time wasted is curating a community textile show this coming weekend … Continue reading

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Books, Books

I realise I should have done this an age ago. In these times of dark rooms and limited activity, reading can seem a boon. If it helps then all my books are on sale – kindle editions – for one … Continue reading

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Titled classes

When I joined the city law firm I was destined to stay at for the rest of my career, in 1981, I came from a fusty dusty antediluvian practice that felt Dickensian in comparison. We had old books, a photocopier … Continue reading

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Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle

I’ve been wondering when I’d have the courage to post something from the book I wrote for my MA. I took the MA in Sheffield, not because there wasn’t a more distant University from my home in South London than … Continue reading

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