Been a while since I posted here. The Coronelles from the last few posts are forthcoming in a new book from Veer called 'Coronelles - Set 1'. The second set is on the way. Here is a poem from set 2. I have decuided for now to allow myself to call these poems sonnets, because they are.
It's hurting a lot of us, not being able to go into spaces as we usually would. The oncoming cold making outdoor spaces more difficult. Who knows where we're going... Deep underground.
In absence of these happenings I wanted to post some short memories, images and videos of events that might otherwise get swallowed in mind haze and social medias.
Here are some pictures from the Launch of Rosy Carrick's new bilingual edition of the Vladimir Mayakovsky poem Vlladimir Ilych Lenin.
The event took place in the Regency Townhouse, 13 Brunswick Square on the 7th November 2017 and featured readings from myself (I read We Will Bury You with Keston Sutherland), Lucy Beynon, Keston Sutherland and Rosy Carrick who read from the Mayakovsky book. It was a pretty electric occasion. Photo credits - Lucy Cage and Rosy Carrick.