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Optimistic and full of a sense of wonder - my review of 'Nest' by Inga Simpson

‘She was trying to capture the wild – the essence of leaf, flower and bird.’ Jen, the protagonist of Inga Simpson’s book, ‘Nest’ is an artist, a drawer of birds. 402 more words

Lisa Walker

Innocent desire clashes with the wider world - My review of 'Deeper Water' by Jessie Cole

‘They say every hero has to leave home, but what those first steps are like I’m yet to know,’ reads the first line of Jessie Cole’s second novel, ‘Deeper Water’.  422 more words

Lisa Walker

Fully Sick Backpackers (a short story)

You wouldn’t think changing a hotel’s name would cause such a stir.

I knew that even if I lived to 100 I’d never be a local, but I hadn’t counted on becoming the town pariah in my old age. 677 more words

Lisa Walker

Night Calls (a short story)

The dream is always the same – a spinning marble.

He extricates himself from his tangled sheet. The sun is dipping behind the hills. “Time for work.” 958 more words

Lisa Walker

Thur. July 3 @ recordBar w/ Wussy (Cincinnati) + Admiral Of the Red


Springing forth from the hinterlands of Cincinnati, OH are Wussy, an American five-piece fronted by songwriters Chuck Cleaver and Lisa Walker and backed by Mark Messerly, Joe Klug and John Erhardt. 73 more words

Lighthouses and Shipwrecks - my review of 'Coast' by Ian Hoskins

In these days of sea-change and the fight for sea views, it’s hard to imagine a time when we shunned the beaches. But our obsession with the coast is a relatively recent one, according to historian, Ian Hoskins. 421 more words

Lisa Walker