Author Archives: anthonyhowelljournal
Click this link for the STANZA translation event, which is a reading open to view online on Monday eighth of March. I shall be reading at this event. My versions of Incomprehensible Lesson by Fawzi Karim (published by Carcanet) are … Continue reading
I have just discovered the poetry of Tang Dynasty Dance Suggests clouds to me. Here is another extraordinary dance – if perhaps not so authentic. The Tang dynasty: 唐朝, or Tang Empire, was an imperial dynasty of China that ruled … Continue reading
Clouds and Cranes Click the link above for this slideshow. Background Art? It can be watched in silence, or, if you prefer, choose your own music for it to accompany.
Very happy with these poems now published in The High Window
I know I’m a fan of one word poem titles & it’s not for everyone, but there really are…a lot…of poems with titles like “Six Years After My Husband Left Me, My Daughter Comes Home From School & Asks Me … Continue reading
Click On Freeing Up for my essay in THE FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW on four amazing poets – Julian Stannard, Fleur Adcock, Kazuko Shiraishi and Robert Creeley.
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Three New Poems here at the Fortnightly Review. And it was great to see another extract from one of my Songs of Realisation on Tottenham Trees. Click the link: Epping SONGS OF REALISATION is now published…
As we move into the age of Aquarius – who is Ganymede the water-bearer of the Gods – it is interesting to read this well-researched take on classical astrology It’s a pretty gloomy prognosis: velvet fascism and private paedophilia. And … Continue reading
Hillary matching James Nares. Hunter Biden and his art. References: https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/hillary-clinton-washington-home-photos/index.html There’s a new artist in Town. The name is Biden. Adam Popescu, New York Times, February 28, 2020
Painted Pallets: Water-colour and sometimes gouache white, developed from the sheets of cartridge I kept beside me when painting figurative water-colours for testing colour, marks etc. Completed June 2020. Pyscho-Painting One Paintings created from drips and dribbles of uncoloured water … Continue reading