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Sylvia Warren escapes to the Frioul archipelago, just off Marseille, in France.
The multi-talented Ugandan poet and composer, Petero Kalulé, combines experimental poetry with a free-form improvisation for voice, kalimba, alto sax, cowbell, and gong.
Brian McHenry sketches “a series of vague thoughts and unanswered questions for an incomplete project” about the abandoned St Kilda archipelago
Anna Iltnere, a devotee of literature about the sea, interviews the renowned British author about his obsession with night-swimming and Moby-Dick and about his upcoming film installation in Southampton .
Dani Redd reviews Nancy Campbell’s The Library of Ice, “part travelogue, part memoir, part compendium — a fascinating and unique elegy to the ephemeral landscapes of the Arctic.”
An interview with the peripatetic Australian ‘castaway’ now taking the helm of The Island Review.
New books about the First World War by writers in Lewis and Shetland.
Karl Johnson writes on how the most northerly island in the UK influenced one of the twentieth century’s greatest social theorists.
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