Tag Archives: fiction

What I’ve been reading: Atwood/Coe

Read what I thought of them here – Librarium 2017

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What I’ve been reading: Moshfegh/Joyce

Review of Eileen               Review of Dubliners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


What I’ve been reading: Mitchell/Brookner

Read what I thought of them here: Librarium 2016


What I’ve been reading: Proulx/Amis

Read what I thought of them here: Librarium 2016


What I’ve been reading: Franzen/Lahiri

Two about family life in America. Read what I thought of them here – Librarium 2016


What I’ve been reading: Gale/Lurie

Read what I thought of them here: Librarium 2016


Art and Tapas

National Sculpture Prize 2016

On this day last year, I was proudly attending my daughter’s graduation ceremony in scorching Stoke-on-Trent. This year she and her significant other were with me again, this time at Broomhill Sculpture Park in cool for July North Devon, one of my favourite haunts, and only a few miles up the road. The tapas was (were?) excellent as always; even bigger and better if that’s possible.

Here is the work of the ten finalists in this year’s competition. The winner will be announced in October.

Artists’ statements and general information about the sculpture park and hotel are all available on the Broomhill website. Elsewhere in the grounds ………

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