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‘Envelopes’ – published by The High Window
I am very pleased indeed that this poem has been published in The High Window. Thanks to the editor David Cooke for all the final sleuthing that it needed. https://thehighwindowpress.com/2022/08/15/anthony-howell-envelopes/ Here is a video of Lombardi at work and discussing … Continue reading
Posted in art, Poetry, Politics, Whistleblower Lit Tagged Adrian Dannatt, Conspiracy, Interlock, Mark Lombardi, Patricia Goldstone Leave a comment
Operation Violet Oak
Here is my review of Operation Violet Oak in the Fortnightly Review.
Posted in Politics, Reviews, Whistleblower Lit Tagged False Accusation, Operation Violet Oak, Police Leave a comment
Saint Catherine of Alexandria by Caravaggio My article on martyrdom down the ages – and reflections on Ukraine – published here by The Fortnightly Review in May 22. And here is my poem for Shireen Abu Akleh, a martryr in … Continue reading
x You journos, you’re poets on active duty, For you can get disappeared, positively aimed at, Even with PRESS writ all over you. Maybe even because…. Today you’re Al-Jazeera, tomorrow Some scruffy independent. x And then you have your caricatures … Continue reading
Posted in Poetry, Politics, Whistleblower Lit Tagged journalists, Palestine, Shireen Abu Akleh 2 Comments
Posted in Poetry, Politics Tagged Asovstal, poetry, vapour trails, war Leave a comment
We are gathered outside the magistrates’ court To witness justice wither away. Barristers with black sling-bags and grey Drainpipe suits slink inside past officials today As we listen to the Grim Reaper Analyse the truth’s ignominious departure. Big lorries blare … Continue reading
Posted in Poetry, Politics, Whistleblower Lit Tagged injustice, Julian Assange, magistrates Leave a comment
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.
Posted in Politics, Uncategorized, Whistleblower Lit Tagged Lviv, military perception, Robert Self, Ukraine Leave a comment
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
Posted in art, Dance, Performance Art, Politics Tagged horses, Performance Art, Russia, the Manege Saint Petersburg Leave a comment
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
Posted in art, Politics, Uncategorized Tagged Art matching clothing, Hillary Clinton, Hunter Biden Leave a comment
The Day the Earth Stood Still
People may dismiss my distrust of Bill Gates as conspiratorial, but wouldn’t I be even more spooky if I were to endorse his projects? This thought inspired the following poem: x THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL x We believe … Continue reading
Posted in Poetry, Politics Tagged Bill Gates, Greta, locusts, plagues Leave a comment