Coast as Muse
Recorded on 3 February 2022
What makes 'the coast' the subject of so many creative and literary works? "Coast as Muse" will explore the cultural significance of the coast as a provocation for art, literary work and critique. The speakers represent practices of writing, drawing, collecting and representing the many ways in which the coast has shaped our cultural consciousness.
- Tom Sykes and Louis Netter (University of Portsmouth). Authors of a new travelogue 'Coast of Teeth' a contemporary illustrated investigation of twelve English seaside towns.
- Anna Iltnere, Librarian of the 'Sea Library', Jurmala Latvia: https://beachbooks.blog/
- Mark Frost and Maggie Bowers (University of Portsmouth). Creators of the Portsmouth Literary Map: https://litmap.nautoguide.com/
IHR Partnership Seminar Series: Coastal Connections