Monthly Archives: July 2014

William Johnson of Scalloway and the earth tides

The Domina and I visited Scalloway recently. It’s a very attractive harbour town on a beautiful coastline, and the bar menu in the Scalloway Hotel is worth checking out. Geo-geek as I am, though, what caught my eye was this … Continue reading

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Refining and eliminating: Norman MacCaig as his own editor

Over the last few weeks I’ve been revisiting Norman MacCaig’s poetry, with an eye to picking out a couple of correspondences I thought I’d noticed between poems. Those correspondences, if they survive inspection, will be a matter for another post. … Continue reading

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