Monthly Archives: February 2013

Wonderful tribute to Hugh Fox, including the most accurate listing of his literary corpus. Hugh was one of the first novelists to come to us at Skylight. We only had a few short months of correspondence with him but we … Continue reading

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Kaleidoscopic Omniscience by Will Alexander

In the contemporary American poetry scene Will Alexander stands alone as a unique voice, regularly penning what fellow poet Brian Lucas recently described to me as “oracular, vatic, cosmically penetrating poetry.”  Perhaps the most obvious categorisation is to place him … Continue reading

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HAWKWOOD – by Rebsie Fairholm

  It’s impossible to know exactly how the site, now run as Hawkwood College, would have looked through the ages. At the time William Capel inherited it – just one of a family line who lived in the house for centuries … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Faith: The Witness of the Celtic Saints by Anthony Duncan

It must be said at once that there is no such thing as ‘Celtic Christianity’ as something other than the Christian Faith as it is properly handed down to us. What there is, however, is a Celtic Spirituality which is … Continue reading

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