In the midst of summer 2018’s heatwave comes Ledbury Poetry Festival, rich with words and sunstruck sofas out on the cobbled lane as ever. Dressed rather warmly in my best ‘medieval wise-woman’ garb, with large straw hat, I set up in the Walled Garden alongside a colourful spread of tents and stalls providing entertainment to all.
I wrote spells for all ages, requests ranging from dinosaur seeds to relief from headaches. It was an inky joy. Thank you Ledbury!
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A spell for a cool day: oh, yes!