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Poet, essayist, dancer, performance artist....

Two Families of Rats

Sonnet VII, from Immoral Sonnets, published in Sonnets, 1999, Grey Suit Editions x Two families of rats were placed inside Some rooms which set a limit to their space. Adequately housed, they multiplied; Indeed, their population grew apace. Next, overcrowding caused them to decide … Continue reading

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“Children’s shoes have far to go.”

“Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without.” Boyd K. Packer Watch Jack Chapple. x CHILDREN’S SHOES x Have far to go, And the road stretches Ahead of them All the way to infinity. x Romper … Continue reading

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Theatre Reviews

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Here is a review in the Fortnightly of Christopher Reid’s Love, Loss and Chianti. 20 March 2020 – subject to postponement. Worth seeing when it returns. XXXXXXXX Here is my review of two intriguing plays in…

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Click the link to watch Trippin This is a dance video set in the wonderful communist monuments of what was Yugoslavia.

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The Antonine Plague

At first it was simply a mild irritation At his slightly buck-toothed expression. He carried on, convincingly enough, But then there was his lisp, you hardly heard it At first, but gradually it became unmissable: THs as Fs. It was … Continue reading

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Is There a Third Way?

A few months ago, as a joke, I suggested the start of The London Party, but I have been watching the astute Kim Iverson discuss a coalition of right-wing libertarian and socialist factions in US politics. Recently for instance, Ron … Continue reading

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Tree Poetry at the Room April 1, 2020

Poetry at the Room I am afraid this event is now postponed. TREE POETRY –  A COMMEMORATION EVENING FOR WANGARI MAATHAI Nobel Peace Laureate and founder of The Green Belt Movement Sponsored by Tottenham Trees with Kenyans in Diaspora. Entry … Continue reading

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