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

Runaway Handicap

RUNAWAY HANDICAP   Considering a runaway selection, If poetry can generate affection A plumage fit for paradise entitles Me to a mate enamoured of requitals.   My handicap’s an eloquence provoking Offended editorial fits of choking. It so incites the … Continue reading

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Theatre Reviews

  This page will be for theatre reviews and here is the first: The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives Very pleased to see this in the Fortnightly Review.

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Whistleblower Lit

Delighted that my review of Miles Goslett’s new book on the questionable details of the Hutton Inquiry into the death of David Kelly has now been published by the Fortnightly Review. Click on the link below: Whistleblower Lit. The review … Continue reading

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Tango Schumann

Tango has always been a love of mine, and Lindi Kopke and I worked together for a number of years, exploring the notion of dancing tango to classical music. Click on the link below to watch some videos on the … Continue reading

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Shadows and Vegetation

The Crown Prince gets preferential treatment In the Hanoi Hilton. Hear the songbird sing Of kind handling by the people he has injured From the air. What will the rear admiral think though, Should his son accept that offer of … Continue reading

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Heron of Hawthornden

HERON OF HAWTHORNDEN – a chap-book of dizains by Anthony Howell celebrating his residency at the castle in the Autumn of 2017. Illustrations by the author. Limited edition from Scotland Street Press. Available for £5 incl. postage from Grey Suit … Continue reading

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Poetry at The Room – Saturday 5 May

Saturday 5 May at 7.30 pm at The Room, 33 Holcombe Road, Tottenham Hale, London N17 9AS  – £5 entry plus donation for refreshments. David Cooke David Cooke was born in Wokingham and grew up in Reading, although his family roots … Continue reading

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