Author Archives: anthonyhowelljournal

About anthonyhowelljournal

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

Charged Atmospheres

Charged Atmospheres – Alison Marchant A new exhibition at The Room – 33 Holcombe Road, London N17 9AS Sat 30 September – Sunday 12 November    Private View – Saturday 30 September from 6pm – 9.30pm. Alison Marchant presents a … Continue reading

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John Ashbery 1927-2017

Here he is reading for Grey Suit. To find him reading Soonest Mended and other poems, please scroll to 47:31 on Issue 3 Here is my obituary note in the Fortnightly Review. Here is a link to an interview with … Continue reading

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THE THEATRE OF MISTAKES

Welcome to the blog of The Theatre of Mistakes Several new posts, documenting our recent exhibition and its performances.

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THE NEW BEAUTY

  Click the link for THE NEW BEAUTY This is a new essay published by The Fortnightly Review.   For a complete list of links to other reviews of poets and my previous articles click here: The Fortnightly  

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THE THEATRE OF MISTAKES at RAVEN ROW

Here are some lovely images from our workshops at Raven Row – Summer 2017 And here is a link to the Blog of The Theatre of Mistakes The Theatre of Mistakes at Raven Row Raven Row 56 Artillery Lane London … Continue reading

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THE READIES

    It starts in tantrum’s pram; those tears for treats withheld – Unfair and inexplicable. And then there is the wonder of it all: The pocket money tripled by that cheque from uncle –   Lack of it feeds … Continue reading

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WAY BACK WHEN

We could all just tumble into bed together. We could make love not war, And then we couldn’t any more. Now there’s terror everywhere – and condoms. x Look, you could just head off across Iran Into Afghanistan, accommodate the … Continue reading

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