Monthly Archives: February 2013

Orwell’s England Number Fourteen – The Most Attractive Junk Shop in London

(To read about the project have a look at this page / Click on the image to see a detailed view) Subject: The Most Attractive Junk Shop in London Location: The Junk Shop, South Street, Greenwich Earthy charms It’s taken me far too long to write up number fourteen. A job for the January has […]

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Weather, weather (and paperback on the way)

A few bits of news. Firstly, I’ve been working on a follow up to Damn His Blood for about a year now and I thought I’d put a post up here to let you know about it. It’s going to be called The Weather Experiment and it examines the meteorological enlightenment of the nineteenth century […]

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Orwell’s England Number Thirteen: A Nice Cup of Tea

(To read about the project have a look at this page / Click on the image to see a detailed view) Subject: A nice cup of tea Location: The Blacksmith and Toffeemaker, Islington Time has shown George Orwell to be an elusive man. Despite his time at the BBC, there is no record of his […]

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