Articles by Cal Flyn
An affecting new book on women and the sea is beautifully written
Cal Flyn / March 4, 2019
What was the world like, when last these slopes were dense with woodland? What will the world be like when these seedlings are full grown?
Every night, you can hope to see a shooting star every 10 to 15 minutes
Cal Flyn / December 11, 2018
Push beyond our limits, we slid into a world of illusions as our brains struggled to make sense of their surroundings
Swimming in winter is not for the faint-hearted—but don't let that put you off
Cal Flyn / October 16, 2018
The lengthening nights are a casket of wonders, if one only makes an effort to observe them
Cal Flyn / September 18, 2018
I dared not imagine the sort of desperate, protracted battle in which a splitting axe might come in useful overnight
Cal Flyn / August 21, 2018
Life is humbling, as my fire-starting abilities never fail to prove
Cal Flyn / June 19, 2018
Its speakers number in the tens of thousands. There are no monolingual speakers left alive. So why learn Gaelic?