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The Curve of the Land by Diana Durham

“The small crevice that formed the only entrance showed no evidence of the light which must be entering through the other gaps in the stones.  It was black as if opening directly into the depths of the earth; an entrance … Continue reading

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Diana Durham on Skylight Press

Diana Durham is a fascinating writer and poet who has been involved in the collective life of intentional community in England, the United States and Canada over the past thirty years. In the early 1980’s she was among a grouping … Continue reading

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A Couple of Recent Reviews…

  Here are a couple of recent reviews of Skylight books…   Review by David James: Stewart Farrar – Writer on a Broomstick  A biography by Elizabeth Guerra and Janet Farrar “Whilst he might not have had the cache of … Continue reading

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Smatterings & Offerings

We are always interested in what our authors are doing, whether with Skylight or with other great presses.  Here is a smattering of recent new release offerings from various places… IAIN SINCLAIR: Ghost Milk: Recent Adventures Among the Future Ruins … Continue reading

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Conversation with Alan Richardson

As my conversation with Gareth Knight was so well received last month I decided to try and have a similar confab with his friend and somewhat younger colleague, Alan Richardson.  Alan has written extensively on Paganism, Celtic and Faery lore, … Continue reading

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The Sacred Stone Circles of Stanton Drew by Gordon Strong

“The henge at Stanton Drew is thought to be older than Avebury or Stonehenge. Even with radio carbon dating, anomalies occur when attempting to establish an accurate date for any artefact. For the purposes of this study, parts of the … Continue reading

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The Rollright Ritual by William G. Gray

When William G. Gray bicycled across the moonlit English countryside to commune with the Rollright stones in Oxfordshire he was presented with a vision of a simple pattern; the fourfold balance of the quartered circle. This pattern was already familiar … Continue reading

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