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

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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Semper Occultus

Sergei Skripal turns out to have been Christopher Steele’s associate. During the last presidential elections,  They had worked together on a dossier Laced with detrimental footage Russian operatives allegedly Had to dish on Donald Trump. Steele was MI6. An adept … Continue reading

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The Distance Measured in Days

Click the Link for my novel – The Distance Measured in Days.  

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POETRY READINGS TO CELEBRATE GREY SUIT EDITIONS

Saturday 7 April 6.30 pm – at The Upper Vestry Hall, Saint George’s Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2SA Reading: Kerry-Lee Powell, Rosanne Wasserman, Eugene Richie, Donald Gardner, Alan Jenkins, Anthony Howell and Fawzi Karim. Readings at 7 pm. The … Continue reading

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The Melancholy of Making Poetry

Poetry is perhaps the most difficult of arts because the easiest to set about – you don’t need a chisel or a canvas or an instrument or a studio. Writing is eminently convenient. But melancholy derives from the need of … Continue reading

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Two Poems by Penny Boxall

Just back from Hawthornden, where I spent a month writing and painting watercolours. And here are two poems by Penny – who was also a fellow, one for Jean Findlay – who plays the bagpipes – and one for me, … Continue reading

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