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When I Need a Quick Word Fix

When I can’t really be arsed to write, or I want to write but haven’t thought about what, I do little challenges. Most often that’s… 396 more words

Daytime Wanderings

On Winter Dreams & Slow Writing

If it’s true we all face death in the winter, a shortening of days, the long nights, is it also true we strive against it, moving nonstop in some mad attempt to make the most of each day, to feel we have lived it, and if that is too impossible a feat, that at least we have accomplished something? 674 more words

Musings

Slow Train Slow Writing

Theirs was a time of red dust in open mouths.
Have yam, sah? Have salt? Have water?
Smiling gone from the vocabulary,
any man with shoes would be swarmed by the blank-faced angels of our sweeping famine. 49 more words

Daytime Wanderings

welcome to slow writing

Welcome to life as a slow writer.

I have been handed  a situation where I must slow down. I have no choice, I must. I was even given the word: I looked down, back at the beginning of all this, and found the word ‘slow’ on the floor. 482 more words

Write

Slow Writing for a Slow Friday

It wasn’t just a book; it wasn’t like any book I’d seen before, anyway.

The secret (if you could call it that) was a short line of writing on the inside back cover, under the flyleaf. 83 more words

Daytime Wanderings

We're Late...

Clare Margetson, “The Hay Relay: The End-less Wait is Over,” The Guardian 4 July 2007

I blame Andrew Gallix’s slow writing movement. David Hockney, too. 53 more words

Andrew Gallix