Hidden Histories: Walking the Kennet and Avon Canal with Andy Marks

A couple of weeks ago walked with Andy Marks, for the first time in real life after our digital Queer River walk. Andy was visiting Wiltshire from his base in Edinburgh, and this time we decided to move away from my local river (The Salisbury Avon), and walk along the Kennet and Avon Canal instead,Continue reading “Hidden Histories: Walking the Kennet and Avon Canal with Andy Marks”

Swimming with the River

My first post for a while, it could have easily had a different name. Following the format of other posts I was planning on ‘Swimming with… Margaret Gearty’ or ‘Swimming in the River with Margaret Gearty’. But after my swim in the River Frome with Margaret, I was left with a realisation that we weren’tContinue reading “Swimming with the River”

Queer River, Wet Land – Recording of Online Sharing Event

I’m glad to be able to share this recording for those of you that were unable to make the Queer River, Wet Land sharing event last month, which took place as part of The Dear Green Bothy, with The University of Glasgow, What can queer perspectives bring to creative explorations of river health and riverContinue reading “Queer River, Wet Land – Recording of Online Sharing Event”

Queer River, Wet Land – Performance Score Responses

I’m glad to be able to share these first few responses to the Queer River Wet Land performance score, written with Minty Donald, ahead of the Queer River Wet Land Sharing Event this coming Thursday, 25th November from 5 to 6.30 pm. In addition to the responses included below, Minty, Rachel Clive, Sage Brice andContinue reading “Queer River, Wet Land – Performance Score Responses”

Familiar and Strange – Rachel Clive for Queer River Wet Land

Familiar and strange: A Queer River Walk with James Aldridge, Minty Donald, Ingrid Shearer and Cecilia Tortajada. Glasgow, 10thSeptember 2021. By Rachel Clive. five queer river lovers, familiar and strange meet on the dividing line of blue and green consider the edges. on the grey bridge under their feet a small brown slug squidges pastContinue reading “Familiar and Strange – Rachel Clive for Queer River Wet Land”