Settle Stories Festival – 6-8 April 2018

1 Weekend, 1 Yorkshire Dales Market Town, 70+ artistic experiences Experience something new, somewhere beautiful. The idyllic Yorkshire Dales town of Settle will become a stage for international artists, this April at the 7th Settle Stories Festival. At the heart of this innovative programme are artists who are more likely to be spotted at the Barbican, Southbank Centre and other prestigious world stages. What makes this years Settle Stories Festival different? It’s immersive and uses new … [More...]

Building bridges and the language of change – an interview with George Marshall

I first heard of George Marshall through a reading recommendation from a friend. She knew I was interested in the silence around climate change, and that I was studying for a Masters in Science Communication, so she recommended his book Don’t Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change. This work explores many of the issues around climate silence, including environmental campaigning, the language used by both sides, and why climate change is such a difficult threat for … [More...]

Five things I learned editing Issue 53

I always enjoy the different things I learn through editing JUNO. Each issue brings connection with so many talented and generous people and exposure to new books and ideas. Here I’d like to share with you what I learned from preparing the latest issue, published 1 February. 1.  Hands are an integral part of birth Take a look at Jo Robertson’s amazing photographs! When Jo started sending me material for these pages I realised how many great images there were, and in how many aspects of birth … [More...]

OUT NOW! The Early Spring issue of JUNO – find out what’s inside

In the Early Spring issue of JUNO, Rosie Newman explains how she learned to trust her instincts; Lou Harvey-Zahra helps us understand temperaments; Jane Hardwicke Collings reflects on the importance of positivity around menarche; and Sarah Ockwell-Smith gives some guidance about potty-training. Libby Clapham and Mani Norland share homeopathic remedies to support women through pregnancy; Keely Khoury explains how she and her partner have compromised on their son’s use of weaponry in play; … [More...]

One Man One Woman – Can It Work?

Only if you treat it as a crucible for fierce self-development, writes Steve Biddulph Sometimes a young couple, just starting out, finds an older couple a great source of stability and inspiration. We had such friends in the 1970s and hung about with them every chance we had. Their children were like our little brothers and sisters, and we adored them too. So when their relationship broke down, and they separated in acrimony and hurt, it was upsetting. Looking back, I was angry that … [More...]

Five things I learned editing Issue 52

I always enjoy the different things I learn through editing JUNO. Each issue brings connection with so many talented and generous people and exposure to new books and ideas. Here I’d like to share with you what I learned from preparing the latest issue, published 1 December. 1. How much I love pine cones! If you follow my Instagram feed you’ll know that one of the things I love best is to wander around outside foraging for treasures. Pine cones are a favourite; I find it difficult to walk past … [More...]

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