A Good Graveyard

I like a good graveyard and on days when I’ve got the time I’ll often come and walk around in one. Liverpool being a sizeable city has half a dozen municipal graveyards as well as others attached to churches. And I always feel better for spending some time in one. Never in a morbid way, …

The Abbey: At the crossroads

Continuing with what’s turned out to be a day of thinking about crossroads in Wavertree I’ve now spent an hour or so taking photographs of the one around the Picton Clock, a mile or so further out of the city than this morning’s bleak experience at Edge Hill. And we’re not dealing with bleakness at …

In Days Full of Silence

On living like a nun and other quiet thoughts In yesterday’s blog post about reading I sort of apologised for not writing much on here lately. And this morning, today being a sort of holiday, I thought I’d say a bit more about what I’ve been doing instead. Which as you can see I’m describing …

A Liverpool Show on The Mystery?

This is an idea, not an announcement, but you know when we’re all through all this and it’s absolutely safe again, do you fancy the idea of us having a community led Liverpool Show on The Mystery? I was in two minds about it myself when I first heard of the idea, as I’ve got …

Thinking Space

Bear with me here but I’d decided today was a thinking day. I’ve not done much in the way of blog posting on here lately as I’ve been off inside my head doing the academic writing that’s taken up nearly all of my January and February. And it’s going very well, or at least I …