In the Autumn of 2020 we are hosting a series of Borrowed Time interviews / conversations with significant voices speaking to our discussion of death and dying. Each of these events takes place on a Friday timed to allow as many participants from other countries as time zones will reasonably allow. Each lasts around an hour and time will be set aside for audience questions and comments.

We are delighted to close the autumn series with a conversation between polymath and founder of the Orphan Wisdom School Stephen Jenkinson and Christos Galanis from Borrowed Time on December 11, 2020 at 19.00 GMT (14.00 EST).

The cost to take part is £5 (free for members)

STEPHEN JENKINSON, MTS, MSW is an activist, teacher, author, and farmer. He is the founder of the Orphan Wisdom School in Tramore, Canada and the author of four books, including Die Wise: A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul, the award-winning book about grief and dying, and the great love of life. In 2015, he created Nights of Grief & Mystery with Canadian singer-songwriter Gregory Hoskins. With a 5-piece band, they have mounted international tours and released three albums, most recently ROUGH GODS and DARK ROADS

[photo: Heather Pollock (cropped)]

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change is our primary focus for 2021. There will be a series of events, exhibitions and other activities culminating with an extended festival throughout November 2021.

The call for participation is still open (deadline December 13.

Borrowed Time is an summit in partnership with Dark Mountain and Falmouth University. Dark Mountain have a parallel call for submissions for their Issue 19: Requiem (deadline November 13)