My idea in renaming the blog bit of the website has root in my new (still in production) book, ‘A Hero For High Times’, and it is, at least in part, a reaction to my writing and thinking about the exodus of the hip ruralist diaspora from the cities in the sixties and seventies that gave rise to, for example, the self-sufficiency movement.
The ‘counter-culture’ . . . → Read More: Why get your head together in the country?
This is a first pass in some haste to say hello to you, subscribers, regular visitors, victims of search engines (North/South divide? Tit-rub?) etc to the new look website.
This is the fifth full make-over that Perry Venus has done since we started doing this web site thirteen years ago.
It’s to go before the new book, which is still in progress, and I . . . → Read More: How indeed…
My hair shaven short, by design, though shaped by cruel circumstance.
One of two pairs of bespoke Anglo-American spectacles, each identical in shape, but different in colour; a black frame for distance, and a horn-rimmed pair for reading.
A home-knitted Falmouth Navy coloured roll neck gansey, in a pattern called ‘Polperro Musician’, over
a maroon Marks and Spencer V-necked sweater and
a yellow ‘Hope Not . . . → Read More: What I am wearing