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Paul Graham Raven

Writer and Academic

Paul Graham Raven is a writer and an academic. He lived on the eastern edge of Sheffield between late 2012 and early 2020, during which time he studied for a PhD in infrastructure futures and theory, got into bouldering, and wrote a bunch of stuff, including a number of reviews for Now Then. He now lives in Malmö, Sweden, in the company of a duplicitous cat, several guitars he can still barely play, and sufficient books to constitute an insurance-invalidating fire hazard.

65daysofstatic : Deep Space and Dark Matter(s)

A decade since their groundbreaking album, The Fall of Math, 65daysofstatic return to Sheffield for their first sort-of-hometown show in nea…

A decade since their groundbreaking album, The Fall of Math, 65daysofstatic return to Sheffield for their first sort-of-hometown show in nea

Bouldering: British National Bouldering Championships

Bouldering might just be the biggest sport you've never heard of. As the name implies, it's a form of climbing that requires no ropes or ha…

Bouldering might just be the biggest sport you've never heard of.

As the name implies, it's a form of climbing that requires no ropes or ha

Sound Novelty

I've been saying for years that, so far as genuine novelty is concerned, music is all over bar the shouting. I've decided it's high time I s…

I've been saying for years that, so far as genuine novelty is concerned, music is all over bar the shouting. I've decided it's high time I s

Sound Scenius.

My hometown of Portsmouth can only claim one vaguely famous musical son. Given the son in question is Joe Jackson, and he really came from G…

My hometown of Portsmouth can only claim one vaguely famous musical son. Given the son in question is Joe Jackson, and he really came from G