Monthly Archives: November 2014

Testosterone and Art

A very interesting article published on her blog by Nathalia J Calderon. It’s about testosterone levels and art – not sure I quite agree about the conclusion! http://nathaliajcalderon.wordpress.com//?s=testosterone&search=Go  

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The F. T. Prince Memorial Reading 2012

  Tim Dooley, John Haynes, Lee Harwood, Todd Swift, Anthony Howell, John Hall, Tom Raworth and Peter Robinson all read a poem of F.T. Prince’s and one of their own at The F.T.Prince Memorial Symposium September 2012. Prince reads his … Continue reading

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Horns of Moses and Enkidu

Moses has horns and so does Enkidu, in the epic of Gilgamesh. Enkidu was a wild man, he lived in the wilderness, and Moses spent 40 years in the wilderness. Like Moses, Enkidu came in from the cold, he came … Continue reading

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Dreadful as the Abortions of an Angel

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A reading from SILENT HIGHWAY at the launch.

SILENT HIGHWAY was launched at Doggett’s Coat & Badge on Blackfriars Bridge on 28 October 2014. ┬áThis is the reading I did in the Terrace Bar, overlooking the dark waters underneath the bridge, where Calvi was found hanging, with a … Continue reading

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