Monthly Archives: September 2013

"Indian" Summer

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It’s been a glorious week in London. The sun has been (often) shining and the temperature has gotten well up there into seriously summer wardrobe levels.  Ahhh…… I was talking about the weather with a friend, as you do, and …

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Writing about Place and the SEA Arts Fest

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So often my workshops are held behind closed doors, within schools or universities or other private environments. But I’m happy to say that in October, on Sunday the 13th to be exact, between 10 am and noon, I will lead …

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Sticking Spaghetti

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courtesy of marcusschaller.wordpress.com I have spent all week doing a piece of work which will probably lead to nothing. I have also spent all week wondering why I’m doing it and musing on all the many, many things I do …

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Violence on the Streets of Cambodia

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Why do I write this blog?  There are many reasons because I write for a varied audience. There’s news going out to family and friends with photos and anecdotes about my ramblings. There’s discussions of the ins and outs of …

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Books Are My Bag

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We all love books. And yes, we all love convenience, and even if we don’t love buying from online booksellers like Amazon, we all still do it, don’t we? But let’s face it. There’s nothing quite like walking into a …

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Lessons from the Street

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Three months ago, I blogged here about a wonderful new publication called Unsung Heroes.  It is a “coffee table book” and more, a volume full of beautiful photographs but also important information about the people working in Cambodia to affect …

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My Summer Reading

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It may sound like an unbelievably nerdy thing to do, but I have a notebook where I keep track of everything I read. I’ve been doing it for years. I write down the title, author, approximate date of reading, and …

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Labor Day

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Today is Labor Day here in America, where I’ve been for the past two months. Tomorrow is back to London and back to work. Looking back at the last post I put up here, I realise I’ve taken the entire …

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