Online Exclusive There is a print by Eric Ravilious called ‘Train Landscape’, which shows the type of train one sees in Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps. It reminds me of the deeply sprung benches and high-backed seats in the trains I took from Newport to Bangor in the mid-1980s. South to north, north to south. Eighteen […]
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Berkeley Fudge with the Luna Trio

Alan Kellerman

PUBLISHED ON: 04/09/12

CATEGORY: Blog

Alan Kellermann was born in Wisconsin, USA, and recently earned a PhD from Swansea University, where he is on the Swansea Review editorial board. Amon …

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Islands on the Edge: St Kilda

John Harrison

PUBLISHED ON: 28/05/12

CATEGORY: Blog

I forget about the face of the young woman in the photo as the massive bird attacks my face. I duck my head at the last second, my sea-boots make me s …

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