NEWCASTLE: Julia Vogl on Eleanor Wright's solo show at Gallery North.
LONDON: Tom Jeffreys speaks to Natasha Reid about her continuously evolving embassy project.
SUSSEX: Tom Jeffreys reports from a newly renovated museum dedicated to typographer Eric Gill.
From site-specific literature to the ethics of eating meat: what we're reading this month and why.
From dazzling nature writing to a history of psychiatry: what we're reading this month.
LONDON: Cape Farewell’s poet-in-residence Tom Chivers leads a collective dérive along the buried river Walbrook.
“Glaciers are fast-moving tonnes of ice, but you can model them like honey.”
Long before the virtue of the Victorians, the first spas were introduced to Britain in medieval times by returning explorers who wanted more of what they experienced in the Middle East — yes, Sir. By David C West.