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Review: Salt on Your Tongue, Charlotte Runcie

Salt on Your Tongue called to me in so many ways. It’s not fiction, so it’s different to what I normally read. It’s about folklore and myths, and also about real life. And it’s ultimately about the things I love and love to write about: women and the sea. Side note: there are so many […]

Doing it for the Girls

I was watching a stupid YouTube video the other day with two guys challenging each other to archery, when one said “I’m just like Katniss”, before proceeding to fire a terrible shot. I’m just like Katniss. And just like that I realised that the universal symbol for archery nowadays isn’t Robin Hood, or some superhero […]