Star

There's a starman waiting in the sky He's told us not to blow it Cause he knows it's all worthwhile “Man, can you lower that shit!? I can’t think straight with that guy screaming in my ears!” “Chill, Julia. What you doing, anyway?” “I’ve got an exam Friday, I told you.” “Oh, shit, you are... Continue Reading →

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Exhausted

Your eyes are stinging, your head feels like someone has rested an anvil on it, right in the middle where the two hemispheres of the brain meet, and none of them is working adequately any longer. The pressure descends onto your neck, your shoulders, and this odd trembling sensation starts to run up and down... Continue Reading →

Drooling

"Judith! Are you sleeping? Judith?" Joel, seating next to Judith, sends a side kick under the table that hits her square in the shin and makes her head jerk up." Sir?" "Judith. You were sleeping" - accusing tone, almost hurt. "No, sir. I can assure you..." - voice trailing off, Judith raised her hand slowly,... Continue Reading →

Poisonous

There was a poisonous atmosphere at the gathering. The VI Gathering of Herpetologists had started quite well, with John presenting the results of his latest research into the effects of atomised vipers venom delivered by way of a small spray. Unfortunate that his atomising machine had broken half way into the presentation and started releasing... Continue Reading →

Are you becoming

Halfway through 6 weeks in Wakefield. What is in a place? Does a place make you or do you make the place? Moving out from where you have been for such a long time (12 years in London) does that undo you? Do you lose your sense of self when you lose all your routines and... Continue Reading →

If you just spoke a little slower…

Laura is a mother of 5 home-schooled children. She hails from Scotland but, having lived in Yorkshire for the last 10 years, she now finds it hard to understand the accent even of her nan when she goes to visit. Barbara arrived with Pipa, a 9 year old gorgeous mutt with a little of collie... Continue Reading →

Juggling lives

Bread, Art, present, future, expectations versus actual, planning and executing. Dreams. time to think. Time to read. Time to stop. Time to feel, look, taste, experience. Today has been a mixed one, exchanged on the contract, we are now technically homeless, those 25% of our little flat are ours no more (we never quite decided... Continue Reading →

A Manifesto for a New Wakefield

This year and for the first time in its history, the Long Division Festival, taking place in Wakefield over the 1st weekend of June, created a seed fund for artistic work to be developed in tandem with their music festival: The Seed Fund Programme falls under our project entitled “A Manifesto For A New Wakefield” and... Continue Reading →

Long Division Seed Fund

Finding a new job, moving to a new town, meeting new people... I guess that is the way most people usually approach this kind of thing. I can't stop having this back of the mind feeling that we are setting out into not much chartered waters here, flipping common sense on its head and not... Continue Reading →

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