/ NEW ARTICLE: Under The Black Cliff, by Jack Geldard
Stuck high on that slab, like a child swept out to sea, Chris had screamed for fifteen minutes. He couldn't move up, he couldn't reverse. Legs cramping, toes sliding, he swore. Then he'd gone quiet, resting his forehead against the rock. His rapid, loud breathing dimmed to a faint rasp. Young Martin held the useless ropes like rosary beads...
Read More: http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=1239
oooo! a new writing competition tucked away in there!
> oooo! a new writing competition tucked away in there!
It's very visible Clare.
News page: http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/older.html?month=09&year=2008#n45294
Forum thread: http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=318831
And will be in this week's newsletter.
Brilliant, looks like something worthwhile to get my teeth stuck into!
A fine piece of writing. This year entries must be on the festival theme of 'Partners - Who Needs Them?' Was there a theme last year or was it carte blanche?
Modesty be damned....go for it !
Will Self take note.
> Was there a theme last year or was it carte blanche?
Last year's theme was "Adventure or Madness" and some of the also-ran articles are published on the Climb Magazine "bonus articles" web page.
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