Since moving back to Granada at the end of August 2017, I have been mostly occupied with blogging about Lorca matters, something I never seem to tire of.
Most recent posts (#post76 & #post 77) have been about the Lorca Centre, which was built to house the material legacy of the poet, ie. all the manuscripts and documents and correspondence etc relating to the poet which the Lorca Foundation has in its possession. These have been held until now at the Residencia de Estudiante in Madrid, but are expected to be transfered to Granada in June 2018.
Between September and November 2017 I wrote eight posts (#64 - #71) re-examining the evidence there is to throw light on the last days and hours of the poet, up to his assassination in August 1936. So far, the last word about this appears in post #75, 8 January 2018, and is an update about Ian Gibson's research into the matter.
Otherwise, an important part of the site is a section on Lorca's Granada, which includes a comprehensive chronology on the life, times and works of the poet. Nearly all the work done on this section dates from before I left Granada for London in 2008. Itneeds revising and tidying up.
Lorca researcher and biographer Ian Gibson