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Catriona Patience reflects on a summer as custodian of Inchcolm Abbey, on Inchcolm in the Firth of Forth, and a winter in a Tibetan Buddhist nunnery in Northern India.
Three poems by Emma Aylor inspired by a barrier island off the low-lying coast of South Carolina.
Anna Iltnere talks to the prolific British author about sailing, the sea, and the Shiant Isles (which his family has owned for more than 80 years).
In a poignant memoir, written on the evening of his death, novelist and poet Jenni Fagan pays homage to her friend, Tom Leonard, and offers three ‘grief poems’ from her collection, There’s A Witch In The Word Machine.
A new poem by Sarah Wallis.
Michael Brooke, Tim Dee, Kittie Jones, Jennifer Lavers, Amy Liptrot, Adam Nicolson, and Marianne Taylor tell Anna Iltnere about their favourite islands and birds.
In three poems, Elżbieta Wójcik-Leese attempts “to better understand the island which has become a critical predictor of climate change”.
Shona Main retraces the journeys and personal connections of the late Scottish film-maker in the Canadian arctic.
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