TOAST company have great podcasts and a magazine. They tend to look for artisans and explore their craft or thoughts.
An article on Helene Aylon and her meeting with Mark Rothco, both from Orthodox backgrounds and looking at mysticism in their art.
The work of the great Jewish artist Helène Aylon, who died earlier this year, will help me in my seasonal contemplation of birth, death and resurrection.
Catherine Coldstream in conversation with writer, priest, and broadcaster, Marie-Elsa Bragg
Marie-Elsa wrote 4 essays for BBC Radio 4 on the Ascension.
Sleeping Letters reviewed a list of ‘When life is tough, pick up a poem.’
‘In what is the most striking feature of a book that is part-poetry, part-prose, part-memoir, part-performance and part-spiritual reflection.
Sleeping Letters – a piece in the Guardian
Sleeping Letters was reviewed in the Telegraph . https://www.telegraph.co.uk/books/non-fiction/sleeping-letters-marie-elsa-r-bragg-review-powerful-inspiring/ . 'The structure is so unusual ( the only thing I have ever read that is anything close is Max Porter's Grief...