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

Painted Pallets, April 2020…

  40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 Click here for Painted Pallets 1- 20  When I paint figurative watercolours, I always have a piece of paper … Continue reading

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Painted Pallets, March 2020…

  20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13   12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5   4 3 2 1 Project started mid-March 2020. I took the sheets used as pallets for my figurative water-colours and decided … Continue reading

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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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Heron of Hawthornden

At last Heron of Hawthornden is published – now as a Grey Suit Editions UK special illustrated chap-book. I wrote two dizains a day for the length of my 2017 residency in the castle. The sequence is accompanied by my own water-colours. … Continue reading

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