In this ninth missive from #TheDarkMonths series, the word turns upside down.
Remembrance of things past, grows an appreciation of things present and future in the eighth in the series, ‘The Dark Months’
The seventh in the series of ‘The Dark Months’ is an exercise in observation written on one of those foggy, cold mornings where everything is still.
In the sixth of the series, ‘The Dark Months’, sun cuts through the fragile frost. But who, or what, summoned it? What does it mean?
In the fifth episode of ‘The Dark Months’, the magic of the sea asserts itself, a panacea for the soul.
Art and creativity go beyond headlines. These human acts speak from the human soul far better than journalism ever can. And they present a challenge to museums and archives.
Restless. Irritable. Confined. Feeling the need to break free. This, the second essay of the series ‘The Dark Months’ series, invites magic.
A series of meditations on the dark months of autumn and winter. In this first piece, an unexpected scent changes the mood.
A creamy, comforting cheat of a Carbonara made with easy to get ingredients in super quick time.
With threats that our city centres will become ghost towns, and that working from home is killing the economy, there’s a cataclysmic tone ringing around conversations about work. The simple truth is, commuters are revolting. Why does this matter?