Current Issue – Volume 5 Issue 3
Dying Villages Of Europe
Writer and poet Tom Pow makes a journey off Europe¹s beaten track.
In rural France, Russia, Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, populations are declining rapidly.
The Enlightenment move to the urban core of human civilisation has a downside in the countryside.
Pow talks to rural dwellers and, and in this thoughtful essay, ponders what might be lost with the dying of the village.
The SRB Interview with Ian Jack
No Patter Merchant
Tom Leonard – Scotland’s foremost living poet.
An assessment of a new collected poems by Ian Bell.
Alan Taylor reviews the life of Muriel Spark.
PLUS Regulars – Diary, Gallimaufry, Reviews