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Philosophy, Writing and Wayward Curiosities from Will Buckingham

Dragon-Carving for Writers: Read the work online

Dragon-Carving for Writers: Read the work online

A British Council funded project, working with seven writers and translators from the UK and China.

Residency at Nanning Literature House

Residency at Nanning Literature House

This December, I'll be at the Nanning literature house in Tainan on a 10-day residency.

A New Term in Myanmar

A New Term in Myanmar

Consulting for a Documentary on the BBC World Service

Waterford Bioregion Food Manifesto

Waterford Bioregion Food Manifesto

Thinking through food futures in Waterford, Ireland

Writing and Pedagogy at Bard College

Writing and Pedagogy at Bard College

Exploring writing-based teaching practices at Bard College

Freedom to Write Retreat 2023

Freedom to Write Retreat 2023

This June, I'm guest writer with Freedom to Write, talking about ethics and nonfiction.

Moving to Taiwan

Moving to Taiwan

From August this year, I'll be in the city of Tainan, running some fun writing projects.

A New Appointment

A New Appointment

I'm now on the full-time faculty at Parami University

Yijing Paper Awarded First Prize

Yijing Paper Awarded First Prize

A prize for a recent philosophy paper

Strange Happenings in Japan

Strange Happenings in Japan

I’ve been having fun learning a little Taiwanese lately. And because there are not that many materials around, I’ve been rummaging around online to find some older texts that I can translate. This is language-learning by diving in at the …

Dragon-carving for Writers

Dragon-carving for Writers

Literature and creativity in translation, funded by British Council Connections Through Culture

7 Ways of Reading Philosophy: #6 Reading for laughs

7 Ways of Reading Philosophy: #6 Reading for laughs

Why so serious? Philosophy, mood, and why sometimes, seriousness is overrated.