Occupied Chaucer

Twas not at Southwark’s famous Tabard But at St Paul’s where pilgrims gathered, Where some months ere, no Christian pity, Could save ye twine-tied tented city. No holy sanctuary was given, Ye chapter did well as t’was bidden For though St Paul’s dost boast a cross Ye corporation’s almighty boss. So there began, at winter’s… Read more »

Noetic Punnary

It sounds hard to believe, but Nemu’s End has gathered something of a following at Furrowbrow Abbey in Norfolk. In fact, this is one of the finest examples of 14th century church architecture, so I am  pleased, if a little surprised, to find that my book has found its way into its cloisters. Stranger still,… Read more »