Monthly Archives: June 2019

Edith Sitwell ‘Face to Face’.

Wonderful interview by John Freeman with Edith Sitwell. Face to Face is a legendary series of interviews from the BBC and Freeman died in 2014 at the age of 99 years old.  Besides, Sitwell is an author I have always … Continue reading

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Beeches

They muster an irregular yet monolithic avenue Up the ridge that leads to Loughton Camp – More than merely trees. The forest exhibits these Grey entities in its sculpture gallery. We are treated To a private view in the sense … Continue reading

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Publications by The Theatre of Mistakes

At last, we have managed to work out a way of creating a sales outlet for the seminal Publications of THE THEATRE OF MISTAKES   Click this link for Publications by The Theatre of Mistakes My textbook The Analysis of … Continue reading

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Songs of Realisation

Very pleased that this new book of poems is now published by The High Window Press This book opens with poems committed to the transfiguration of the ordinary: garden sheds, bus rides, daily life in Tottenham, motorways leading to escapes … Continue reading

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The Young

The poets outnumber their audience, But then we choose to be gracious, Mentioning Chinooks. Perhaps we’ve beenx Out-Trumped by demonstrations. Not to mention fares. You can’t expect The young to hike it herex Unless there’s an open mike. I say, … Continue reading

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