Whenever I put up tiles now, I think of George from the potworks. George with his thick white beard. George with his big spiky eyebrows. I’m looking at the tiling in Caledonian Road station and thinking of George. I can’t get over the craftsmanship. The “Way Out” and “No Exit” signs. The arrow flourish after “To Hammersmith”. That’s where I’m… Read it
Sarah-Clare’s prize-winning work is published by Salt, Comma, Stand and Flash. A former journalist on Elle magazine, she edited The Manchester Anthology and writes for The Manchester Review, The Skinny, Creative Tourist and Confingo.