Blogs I Follow
After a long hiatus this site will soon burst into a new, more sustained, existence. In the cemetery, this Saturday (23 Feb) will see the latest in our series of work sessions, tackling the undergrowth on gravestones and in … Continue reading
I have never counted the gravestones in the cemetery. We have a thousand and more on record and many we have not yet cleared and transcribed. This must represent a remarkable amount of work by the various monumental masons who carved them. … Continue reading
In this blog we aim to write about the day-to-day issues of conservation, historical research, and natural history relating to this beautiful, semi-wild cemetery on the slopes of the Rivelin Valley in Sheffield (England). We will also give notice of future … Continue reading
death and burial through an archaeological lens
'Ginger,' 'Bits,' 'Whinge,' and other U.K. expressions that have got popular in the U.S.
This is a writer's blog for authors, business people, creative people, freelancers, journalists, publishers, and poets. They will learn the ins and outs of writing for publication. Both beginning and experienced writers will profit from it.
Poems: NaPoWriMo18 and beyond
Museums of People // Libraries of the Dead
The Archaeology and Heritage of Death & Memory
Doctoral journey amongst the dead.
Poetry from the Edgelands
Current News in Mortuary Archaeology and Bioarchaeology
Children's author, writing coach and playwright
Just another WordPress.com site
News, events and discoveries of the Walkley Ways, Walkley Wars history project.
A Journal of English Senryu