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Annals of the Former World by John McPhee (Part 1)

“The world which we inhabit is composed of materials not of the earth which was the immediate predecessor of the present but of the earth which.

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Far in space, far in time.

The mighty Pathfinder and I rolled down Main Street, heading home after a day of thinking and talking. Same as everyone, same as always. My freshly opened bag of Tyrrell’s Handcooked English Chips – Mature Cheddar and Chives flavor (flavour?) – rustled on the console next to me. 377 more words


Deep Time and Ecozoa Launch in Bath on 21 May

Helen Moore and I will be at Waterstones Bath on Thursday 21 May to celebrate the publication of our new books: Helen’s acclaimed poetry collection, … 167 more words

Knowing What To Do

“Just that you do the right thing. The rest doesn’t matter. Cold or warm. Tired or well-rested. Despised or honored. Dying…or busy with other assignments. Because dying, too, is one of our assignments in life.

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Druidry and Deep Time

By Anthony Nanson

When Nimue invited me to guest-blog on Druid Life about my novel Deep Time, I got cogitating about the points of connection between Druidry and this work of prehistoric fantasy – and also about the influence of my encounters with Druidry upon my values and imagination. 437 more words


Regarding The Cat.

As I sit and gaze,

I dream of all that can be.

All realities.

Those deep in my mind

and beyond, deep in space, I- 18 more words


The Origin of ‘Deep Time’

I first came across the phrase ‘deep time’ in a pair of books I copy-edited for the Geological Society in 1998. I realised at once that… 344 more words