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Posts Tagged ‘Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly.’

Uncivilisation 2011, The Dark Mountain Festival: Sunday Review

A review of Sunday at Uncivilisation Festival 2011. Time for reflection on veganism, self publishing, emotional care and where to go in the future.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Sacred by Elizabeth Hudson
Sacred by Elizabeth Hudson.

On Sunday at Uncivilisation the main marquee was packed out for a discussion around where next for Dark Mountain, both the festival and the movement. Dark Mountain was started by two writers as a literary endeavour and as it attracts many interested newcomers from different fields it is inevitably straining at the seams. Thus it was good that this conversation was held in the round, allowing many voices to be heard equally, contributing constructive and helpful suggestions.

Uncivilisation 2011. All photography by Amelia Gregory.
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Written by Ian Steadman

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