Monthly Archives: April 2015

Fox Holes (A Winter’s Tale in Winterthur)

We were on a foolish quest for wildlife in Winterthur – a place better known for its heavy iron and railway industry, not the natural world. Undeterred, Tom and I climbed the woods on the edge of the town to … Continue reading

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Fox Holes (The Vixen’s Scream) by Suzy Pope

Foxholes or The Vixen’s Scream Golden discs of sunlight play across the forest floor. I slink through the trees while birds call warnings to each other. Horns blast. The fox hunt. I spot another one of us through the trees, … Continue reading

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An interview with Suzy Pope

Suzy, you work at the National Library of Scotland. How do you get any work done, surrounded by books all day? Well, the job I’ve been doing for the past year actually involved reading some of those books for research, … Continue reading

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