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Writingplace Journal *2

I’m delighted to have an article included in the new issue of Writingplace: Inscriptions: Tracing Place. History and Memory in Architectural en Literary Practice. The journal ‘focuses on the role of history and memory in literary and architectural practice. It brings … Continue reading

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‘Lightboxes and Lettering’ – Rendezvous Projects’ new HLF-funded project

Our Community Interest Company, Rendezvous Projects, has been granted £58,200 by the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project exploring the history of the print industry in east London. ‘Lightboxes and Lettering’ will explore the importance of the industry in the 20th century, including … Continue reading

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Lost and Found at the People’s Palace

I’m delighted to be writing a piece, titled as this post, for the Writingplace journal, which launched following the conference of the same name at TUDelft, back in 2013. This was my presentation title: ‘Ghosts Buildings, Public Places: Re/writing the … Continue reading

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Roman reflections in Hertfordshire

Or should that be Hertford-chester, given the extent of Roman remains in the area? These are some of the reflections (literal): This is from the section of mirrored ceiling in the hypocaust at St Albans, close by the Verulamium Museum … Continue reading

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Lightboxes and Lettering; Printing Industry Heritage in East London

Rendezvous Projects CIC, of which I am one of the five directors, has been awarded £58,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a new project.We are delighted to have been granted this awarded to uncover and preserve this important … Continue reading

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What does it tell me?

These are my eyes, retinal photography Healthy (apart from not being able to see very well) but what does it mean?

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Future in the past

I discovered that my book The Alphabet Tax has previous: It’s a school English project, drawing (heavily!) on 1984 (which I reread recently for Alphabet Tax), the Gormenghast trilogy, Curtis Mayfield’s Roots album, particularly the song Underground. I can’t be … Continue reading

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