The Edgelands: Body As Edgeland

Or, what it was really all about: love Welcome to Edgelands post #6. We are walking the edgelands, looking at the body as an edgeland both physical and metaphorical, the changing seasons, the who and why of edgelands, liminal spaces as healing spaces where we meet both others and ourselves, and physical pain as surrender.Continue reading “The Edgelands: Body As Edgeland”

The Edgelands: Alleyways – Boundaries, Belonging & Disappeared Maps

Transitory Bodies // The Physicality of Wheelie Bins Welcome to Edgelands post #5. This week I revisit an old hometown of Hemel Hempstead, itself an old edgeland till it was populated by post-war Londoners, look at how some maps show alleys and others don’t, why and how our bodies navigate down them, loving strangers, howContinue reading “The Edgelands: Alleyways – Boundaries, Belonging & Disappeared Maps”