Home #Blue Nib Issues Issue 42 | July 2020 | Abhaile editor, Tracy Gaughan

Abhaile editor, Tracy Gaughan

Following his imprisonment in Reading Gaol in 1895,  Oscar Wilde shunned the society that shamed him turning instead to nature, where he found clefts in the rocks where he could hide and secret valleys in whose silence he could weep undisturbed. And so too, us, in these strange society-shunning times of ours, we come to nature; chart a course for the landscape of the exterior, finding it leads straight into the heart of ourselves.  We walk hand in hand with poet Mantz Yorke, a sci...

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