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Writing as the plough turns.

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Very interesting article about Boustrophedon writing by David L O’Hara. This relates to research I am doing into the relationship between dance steps and the metrical foot in poetic scansion, with regard to the movement of…

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TACTILE, UNTOUCHABLE

Here is a new review for the Fortnightly Review – Tactile, Untouchable Looking at three stunning works of visual art on show in London just recently. I am dedicating this review here to the memory of Mary Maclean

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Consciousness (with Mutilation) – new book out Feb 19

Very excited to have a book coming out this February from Odd Volumes Please scroll down for purchasing outlets. Consciousness (with Mutilation) is a non-fiction novel. Every sentence that begins any paragraph within it also serves as the concluding sentence … Continue reading

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Writing as the plough turns.

Very interesting article about Boustrophedon writing by David L O’Hara. This relates to research I am doing into the relationship between dance steps and the metrical foot in poetic scansion, with regard to the movement of the chorus in strophe … Continue reading

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Homage to the Horses of Saint Petersburg 1998

A performance by Anthony Howell in 1998. Homage to the Horses of Saint Petersburg This performance can also be found at vimeo And it can also be found on this page Readings and Performances on my website – which also … Continue reading

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Active Circles in Australia – a rain dance 1982

A piece by the Theatre of Mistakes performed in Australia. “In the long, hot summer of 1977 we did perform it on Hartley Wintney village-green, which has a sizeable cricket-pitch, as a dance to bring down the rain – or … Continue reading

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Variations on Pygmalion

Jean-Léon Gérôme   THE METAMORPHOSIS OF PIGMALION’S IMAGE 1. Pigmalion, whose high love-hating mind Disdain’d to yield servile affection, Or amorous suit to any woman-kind, Knowing their wants, and men’s perfection. Yet Love at length forc’d him to know his … Continue reading

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