Monthly Archives: August 2006

British Air, After Betjeman

14 August 2006 Rule Britannia, rule the waves Of air and water, ether and sound, Britons never will be slaves — At least while they’re upon the ground. If you are ridden by the hag Of some momentous there-and-back, You … Continue reading

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Writing the Body

It’s very rare that I come across an academic article that has that magic blend of passion and reason, of analysis and engagement, that I’ve always striven for in my own writing. Here’s one that I found, courtesy a friend. … Continue reading

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Simulacrum

She woke up with blood in her mouth. The wailing of the alarm seemed to be ringing still in her ears, or maybe it was just the effect of having been slammed into the lift. How long had she been … Continue reading

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