Audio // Two-Metre Island
Craig Jordan-Baker is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at The University of Brighton. He has published fiction in New Writing, Text, Firefly Magazine, Potluck and in the époque press ezine. His drama has been widely performed in the UK, including his adaptation of Beowulf and he has had dramatic work commissioned from The National Archives, The Booth Museum of Natural History and the Theatre Royal Brighton.
The Nacullians, Craig’s debut novel, was published by époque press on 10th September 2020.
Of the audio piece featured here, Craig says:
‘When lockdown began, I would leave my house in the morning and walk through the woods and up to the remnants of an iron age fort. This carried on for well over a month and it became something of a ritual for me, an attempt to make meaning in a context where I felt insulated from my own life. Two-Metre Island is an audio work about coming to terms with the world, and dreaming about it too, with the help of some guitar, banjo and bodhrán. It is recommended that you listen with headphones for the best experience. ‘