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For Rhino in a Shrinking World

South African poet Harry Owens was so distressed by the ever-increasing poaching of wild rhino (the rarer they become, the more valuable their horn on the black market for curing … nothing) that he decided to do what he could … Continue reading

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More Good Things

A massive slab of overtime has crushed writing over the last three weeks but, today, I rise from the ashes – definitely feeling the muscles aching – and I have the prospect of a visit to Worcester Cathedral’s historic library … Continue reading

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