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By Phil Hall In order to be healthy and thin you need to eat fresh food, much of […]
By Phil Hall Venice is one of the greatest sea cities. In the 5th century the Venetians rescued […]
Is New Labour’s dystopian surveillance society back on the cards again?
Or, “I really think we need to take a break”. By Paul Halas After several months of running […]
After I was released from jail, but house arrested and banned, I was able to get one of […]
If capitalism really gets hold of software that can manipulate human behaviour, then game over. By Phil Hall […]
Poet of Honour is a series of Ars Notoria and Word Masala Foundation’s celebration of some of the best contemporary poets who have become iconic and a major inspiration. This month we are thrilled to present Pascale Petit, who just won this year’s £5,000 inaugural Laurel Prize for ecopoetry with Mama Amazonica (Bloodaxe Books).