Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Colonsay Fox

A fox’s brush is as rare as a unicorn’s horn, or dragons teeth on the island of Colonsay. At Scalasaig, alone, on the road, Reynard, vulpes vulpes, imagined presence, bleeding violence. The island of Colonsay has, been fox-free and is … Continue reading

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Sounds of Spaces and Places – Week ending 15th January 2012 CE

I ‘Unexpected item in the bagging area, please remove item before continuing.’ Does every barcode scanned, capture part of the human soul? II Ship’s horns sounding on The Firth of Forth, make me think, of Julia Holter’s Tragedy. III Ice … Continue reading

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Biocentric – Gary Snyder/Patrick Geddes

Dipping into The Gary Snyder Reader and Jim Dodge’s excellent introduction: [Snyder] views his work as inhabiting “the mythopoeic interface of society, ecology and language.” He enlarges one’s delight in existence and amplifies the élan vital, the life force coursing … Continue reading

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2012 CE – The Stakes are High

Well fair to say that  there was not exactly an embarrassment of riches in the number of 2011 CE postings.  That is not to say that there was little activity.  Many randonnées, promenades, dérives and field studies were undertaken and … Continue reading

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