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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.
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).
A short memoir by Nick Stewart of his occasional journeys by sea to Belfast, Northern Ireland, during the height of ‘the Troubles’ in the early 1980s.
Four much-travelled writers and an artist talk about the essential tools of their trade — their notebooks, pens and pencils — with Anna Iltnere.
Natalie Lawrence explores the idea that there is "something profound in the connection between islands and monstrosity."
German writer Marcel Krueger returns to Rathlin Island, off the coast of Northern Ireland, to reflect on the idea of ‘north' and the inevitable elusiveness that draws him to it.
Sylvia Warren escapes to the Frioul archipelago, just off Marseille, in France.
Marg Greenwood goes looking for barnacle geese on Islay.
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