Why Mouse and Muse?
The Mouse and Muse site is a bit like a virtual cupboard – but one which I can keep tidier than most real cupboards. I’m using it to store information about my writing and other work as well as taking the opportunity to keep a blog, when I feel like it. ‘The Mouse and the Muse’ was the title of a book I wrote many years ago to explore the creative use of computer technology in the teaching of English. It seems a neat way to combine the technical with the imaginative, so I’ve hung on to it.
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Some reflections on books and writing as well as some interesting people and places.
This replaces the ‘Mouse and Muse too’ blog and starts afresh!
A trip to the foundry to see the bronze figure of John Harrison began and ended problematically but the visit itself was wonderful.
A happy return to Nova Scotia and Digby in particular.
There are enough pictures of pretty bays and beaches but you can never have too many gardens.
The lengthy preparations paid off – another great weekend.
A throw of the dice, metaphorically, was what brought us to Earl Sterndale, deep in the Peak District. Beautiful scenery, good company and plenty to see and do.
One of many intriguing carvings in the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at UEA in Norwich.