I couldn’t be more excited to have been commissioned by Humber Mouth Literature Festival to write Flood Drain. ~ Flood Drain: A Contemporary Dream Vision of the River Hull Inspired by the extraordinary dream visions of the medieval poets, the contemporary writer Tom Chivers proposes a new exploration of the liminal terrain of the RiverContinue reading “Flood Drain”
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Five new dates for The Walbrook Pilgrimage
Part historical/cultural research project, part exercise in acute environmental observation, Chivers’ ode to the Walbrook – “ghost and friend of the City” – is an immersive, beautifully executed exercise in urban psychogeography. (Wild Culture) If you missed the initial, sold-out run of The Walbrook Pilgrimage, it’s your lucky day – I am leading five moreContinue reading “Five new dates for The Walbrook Pilgrimage”
The Walbrook Pilgrimage
Chuffed to have an essay in the latest incarnation of The New Wolf – New Cartography. Have a read (my contribution is on p.53).