Interesting articles have been thin on the ground this week, even for my eagle eyes . Maybe it’s because summer’s here and the contemplation of how and why we write is the pursuit of colder days. 400 more words
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Why limit yourself to being published in lit mags in the U.S., Canada, or the U.K? There are many countries with English-language lit mags you can also submit your work to. 1,140 more words
A crannog is a man-made lake house, usually iron age. The one in Llangorse lake is as good a reconstruction as any.
Another early start, but the result was almost exactly as I had envisaged – I got great light, a still lake, mist on the lake, and I knew the sun would light up the Brecon Beacons behind the crannog – I love it when a plan comes together! 36 more words
Not a lot of artefacts came up from the Castle Island excavation undertaken two weeks ago. However, the few artefacts that did tell an interesting story. 645 more words