Monthly Archives: October 2015

Verse from the Desert Country

Very pleased that the Journal of Poetics Research has republished this essay, which first came out in PN Review: The link is here:   Verse from the Desert Country They have also published with it “The Age of the Street” – … Continue reading

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Stewart Lee: “The most controversial thing you can do is be sincere in a world of irony.”

So pleased to be mentioned here!  Stewart has been enthusiastic before and it is wonderful that he continues to be so encouraging.  Please click on the link below for an article by him that mentions my work. Stewart Lee His original … Continue reading

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My companion has skin that cannot take too much sunlight, and yet we needed the sun and we needed the sea.  I hit upon the Pelion, that Greek peninsula dominated by the Pelion mountain that sweeps down towards Skiathos with … Continue reading

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Here is the link to my piece about The Poetry Book Fair in The Fortnightly Review – and why I came home broke!

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This essay is a homage to Adolfo Bioy Casares and also refers to other writers I enjoy.

Originally posted on anthonyhowelljournal:
The Invention of Morel and its Context In his 1940 prologue to this celebrated novella by Adolfo Bioy Casares, Jorge Luis Borges exalts adventure stories and “works of reasoned imagination” –from G. K. Chesterton to Kafka…

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