in which the traveller visits various archaeological sites and reflects on the transience of life OR hot-footing it around Macedonia


We’ve arrived in Thessalonika for a week’s stay after hot-footing it around Macedonia with an archaeological group that Alan is connected with. It’s good to stop and take a breath, but I also have novel revisions to finish and send off. I’ve been thinking a lot about how to write about travel and the idea … Continue reading in which the traveller visits various archaeological sites and reflects on the transience of life OR hot-footing it around Macedonia

write in pencil only …


because there is something so much more tactile about using a pencil, instead of this machine I use, which is always at some remove; because for me, it suggests that we play around with ideas that are never final, always changing; because I’m planning on spending some time in the British Library looking at fourteenth-century … Continue reading write in pencil only …