“Don't you think it's rather nice to think that we're in a book that God's writing?” ― E. Nesbit, The Railway Children
Hannah has worked with students at Brookland Primary School in Romney Marsh and Sebright Primary School in London to create a series of sound works for St Mary in the Marsh church, the resting place of author Edith Nesbit.
The work comprises:
Stories constructed by children at Brookland Primary School in Romney Marsh and Sebright Primary School in London, with their own sound design.
Poems by Edith Nesbit: A Last Appeal, A Star In The East, Age to Youth.
Field recordings collected in Kennington (where Nesbit was born in 1858), Eltham (where Nesbit lived with her family in 1875 and again with her husband from 1899 to 1920), and Romney Marsh, where she lived the last years of her life, and where she is buried.