Elaine Margolin admires the acceptance of uncertainty that is at the heart of this travel-based memoir tracing a journey around Skagen Odde peninsula in the far north of Jutland, Denmark
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Lest We Forget

Wanda Zyborska writes about HM Stanley, Denbigh, memorialisation and art, asking, How can we have equality without diversity in our cultural representations?

PUBLISHED ON: 28/07/20

CATEGORY: Column, Opinion

The recent actions of Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters tearing down statues of the slave owner Edward Colston in Bristol has drawn public attention …

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This is a sparkling, funny novel, largely successful in honouring the complexities of late-flowering love, writes Mandy Sutter

PUBLISHED ON: 28/07/20


When pond salesman Selwyn comes home one afternoon towing his firm’s exhibition caravan and tells his ‘like-wife’ Ginny to get into the car, all she c …

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Craig Dobson

PUBLISHED ON: 30/11/17


Sunburnt, nearing fifty, with a gut he can balance a pint glass on, he kicks a dandelion head into August’s airless blanket, trying to reseed the blur …

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