i have always changed my life to account for climate change as soon as i discovered that i was contributing to the problem.
Archive for October, 2009
on the morning of monday 12th october 2009 i was invited down to the bbc’s brighton studios to take part in a live radio interview with bbc radio wiltshire’s mark o’donnell about about the book ‘swindon orbital‘. afterwards the whole show was released on the bbc’s iplayer and i ripped out the 10 minute section containing the interview for myself.
if you would like to hear it, you can find it here.
until today, this blog has been dedicated to the right angle and all its various causes & effects. whilst this still strongly remains a interest of mine it has, to my mind, become so deeply associated with this blog that i have found it hard to write anything else here, meaning that a plethora of what-would-have-been interesting posts have gone unwritten over the course of the last summer, and this blog has stagnated as a result.
i started the year seeing myself as a visual artist with an interest in the right angle but i seem to have changed into a writer with a broader set of interests instead. this was, i feel i should point out, unplanned but has happened and does seem to be continuing and strengthening, and it is only right that this blog reflect that.
so, whilst i plan to continue writing about right angles - as in the case of my ongoing and yet uncompleted history of the right angle - i am going to untether the sails and let this blog sail in the direction that it’s captain seems to be heading in: textwards.