Monthly Archives: May 2016

Jason Zodiac: The Fool on the Hill

Excerpt: I took the M5 Southbound past Bristol, to Junction 23 – and Glastonbury. I was due to meet Matt Mackenzie on top of the Tor at eleven o’clock, and it was best to get an early start as the … Continue reading

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Obama, Abe, G7, and the Shrine of Secrets

Barack Obama. Shinzo Abe. David Cameron. Angela Merkel. Francois Hollande. Matteo Renzi. Justin Trudeau. The Council and Commission Presidents of the EU and special delegations from Sri Lanka and Vietnam. All of them will be in Japan this week to … Continue reading

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Drowning in a Sea of Trees

from “Dark Lanterns”, by Zoe Drake. “The Japanese are finished!” Takashi Hino yelled, stepping on the gas to speed us down the Yamanashi highway. He took one hand off the steering wheel and shook a fist at the pylons, the … Continue reading

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