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28-07-2022

Mary Colson defends the honour of much-derided Milton Keynes, and explains why, for her, it's an inspiring environment.

Martin Day introduces the landscape around Yeovil, and explores how childhood vistas underpin our mental landscapes and writing.

Penny Boxall introduces us to Shandy Hall, the intriguing home of Laurence Sterne on the North York Moors.

Dan Richards describes some of the quirkier objects writers have used as touchstones to inspire them to write, and some of the rituals they employ for the same reason.
'The longstanding members have been reading a book a month together for nearly twenty years, and are responsible for choosing some of my favourite recent literature. None of which I would have chosen for myself.'
Linda Hoy reflects on the contribution made by Thoreau to present ideas about the natural world and the value of walking to mental and physical health.
As humans, we see ourselves reflected in the animals we put into our stories, argues Christie Dickason. When we sever connections with the animal world, however, that profound and potent reflection is imperilled.
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