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What Can Folk Horror Tell Us About Our Landscape? – Adam Scovell

Folk Horror is a term that has become synonymous with a wide variety of culture in recent years. From film and television to literature and music, the broadness of the description belies its potential to talk about a number of current issues. Though its description initially implies a symbiotic relationship between the narratives of folklore…

Some Thoughts on Poetry and Fracking by Hugh Dunkerley

In 2014 I was asked to give a poetry reading at the anti-fracking camp in Balcombe, West Sussex. Thinking about what to read brought into focus issues which, as a poet and an environmentalist, I have been ruminating on for a number of years. Fracking is sometimes claimed to be way of reducing CO2 emissions…

New Poems from Marc Woodward

Calf Eye   The clump of gawkers stood around to watch a digger lift the dead calf from the beach.   A Devon Red, it’s beaten hide sand-caked, twisted legs flung out, lying like it might   have dug it’s way up from a darker place, to die, satisfied, in ozone and light.   The…

ROOM AT THE END

Little Toller has long enjoyed a close working relationship with the artists who illustrate our books. It feels like a perfectly natural progression for us to open a small gallery and bookshop here at HQ.

Room at the End will exhibit curated shows based on landscape, place, architecture and wildlife. It will also be the centre of gravity for the Little Toller artist-in-residents, who work and stay with us throughout the year.

The Room at the End will also stock a selection of Little Toller books, and is open by appointment and for two or three small shows a year. Please get in touch if you would like to pay us a visit or join our exhibition mailing list.

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