My piece on our first walk round Kolkata has been chosen by the Guardian to appear in their blog, and is currently being showcased on the home page of the readers’ section. The full piece appears at the top of their blog section, where it sits just above my previous blog on Mumbai.
Jamie and I have been writing about and photographing the places we visit on our website, followtheboat, since we moved onto s/y Esper just before Christmas in 2006 (brrrr, it was cold living in a boat yard “up on the hard” in Bodrum that winter). But it doesn’t stop there: our second series of podcasts […]
“Are you on that bleeping website again?”
The competition’s over and the judging finished. Well, I said we would be a maximum of twelve people, and we’ve ended up with eight. I wasn’t able to approve all the entries I received, but seven of the essays are through, so the founding members of the club are:
At only three years old, they are the tiniest children here. They look at each other then at the crowd, eyes wide and mouths turned down. In the midst of the children, a referee makes each of them stand up straight with their backs against a measuring stick. From our position it is not clear […]
Leap Local magazine, What on earth? has launched and I am very proud to say they have used one of my pieces in their WTF? section. (That’s Weird Travel Files, in case you are wondering.) I submitted an edited version of Murder on the Kolkata Express to the competition, which reached the short list, but […]
WIN MEMBERSHIP OF THE ITINERANT WRITERS CLUB The Itinerant Writers Club The two main reasons for setting up this website were to meet other like-minded people and improve my writing skills. If you live in a house, flat, bungalow or palace – or anywhere in one place – the chances are somewhere not too far […]
If you love writing and would like to meet others who share your passion, how about joining the club? This one won’t cost a bean, but to keep it manageable membership is limited to twelve people.