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About anthonyhowelljournal

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

GREY SUIT LAUNCH – 22 March 2022

Click the link for a Celebration of Grey Suit Editions UK   Grey Suit celebration!   Tuesday 22 March from 6.30 pm – with a reading at 7 pm. at The Rugby Tavern in Bloomsbury   All welcome. Please let friends … Continue reading

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A Staged Ukraine?

I found this perception @Robert-Self I thought it made two stunning points to consider. Also this was what Kim Iverson found.

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Peking Pet

Me – since she wants to be the best – I’m glad to be her teacher, however long it takes.   I revel in the pressure of her chest, Am taken by the way she now makes Use of lozenge eyes … Continue reading

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Anja Konig -Thoughts of an Unprofessional Poet

This article by Anja Konig expresses a lot of my own misgivings about poetry as a competing profession.

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I Love Russia!

I love Russia. Wonderful people, wonderful dancers, wonderful minds. I am sickened by Western hate-propaganda instigated by the mass media and by our corrupt leaders. I recall with huge fondness my one performance in Russia: Homage to the Horses of … Continue reading

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My new article on toughs in literature  is now published by the Fortnightly review. Featuring a grumpy old git’s thoughts on what we can and what we cannot say, as well as the writing of Stewart Home, Mr Fish, Dana … Continue reading

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Richard Lovelace on Poetry Competitions

I am an admirer of good abstract poetry, and yet I felt drawn to satire after teaching in jails for several years. Now I find the tension between intention and unintentionality something that can provoke strong satirical writing. Ultimately even … Continue reading

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A review for ‘The Cross of Carl’ by Walter Owen – republished by Grey Suit Editions

Great to see a review of The Cross of Carl in the current edition of the HIGH WINDOW Thank you Michael Crowley! Click WALTER OWEN here – for details about the book.

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Georges Braque: The Poetry of Things

Click here for my review of Georges Braque’s still lives. Bernard Jacobson Gallery, winter 21/22 Discussing the medium itself, together with my view of who might be the most significant still life artists of the 20th century. Braque is certainly … Continue reading

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Harlequin’s Clothing

  So what is civilization? Being a “Listed Building”, It can only be what it is: a homage to Jeremy Bentham. Yet someday soon your working if panoptical jail Will be transformed – a prison-themed hotel.  You can go there … Continue reading

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