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Conversations on the Coast

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Published 2011 by The Department of Small Works
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Jane
Dec 28, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This was a Christmas present from a friend and is beautiful. It features words and pictures from 20 different craftspeople around Britain, all of whom were met when the author cycled 6000 miles around the coast. If highlights different crafts showing the level of skill and passion that is still present. I've read the book little by little, relishing the words and pictures, trying to make it last just a little while longer. It's completely re-readable and I guess it's going to be the kind of book ...more
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