Tag Archives: Immoralism

Shame and Shamelessness

My lecture on Freud, Gide and Immoralism  now published by the Fortnightly Review. First given at the 2018 Conference on Poetry and Psychoanalysis.  Thanks to Catherine Humble, Susy Lansman and Kathryn Maris for organising this brilliant event.

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FROM INSIDE – my new book of poems.

At last a review! Scroll down on the link here to find it. And in print, there is now one in the latest Poetry Salzburg Review – which can be found by scrolling down to the end of this post. … Continue reading

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IMMORALISM

  And having thus created me, Thus rooted me, he bade me grow Guiltless forever, like a tree That buds and blooms, nor seeks to know The law by which it prospers so …   André Gide refers to these … Continue reading

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ART AND ITS DARK SIDE – INTRODUCTION

Art and its Dark Side – The Eight Rivers of Art A series of eight essays dealing with the ‘rivers of art’ – creative concerns which have the abiding power to preoccupy artists and writers, and which have always had … Continue reading

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