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Simon Jenner kindly wrote the following review of the Outside In poetry event at Pallant House Gallery

Reblogged from Survivors’ Poetry Blog on DAO Colin Hambrook’s double launch on Saturday 12th October at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester was – it’s too easy to use such vocabulary –  the most inspiring Survivor event since the 21st … Continue reading

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The book is fast approaching completion now. It’s been pretty exhausting but I am pleased with the way it’s shaping up. The drawings are coming together and I’m beginning to think about putting some colour in the cover image. The … Continue reading

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Release The Pressure

I had the first introductory Knitting Time session at Pallant House on Tuesday 7 May. Big thanks to all who attended and especially to Step Up Arts Coordinator, Mandie Saw for holding the space. And to Pallant House for allowing … Continue reading

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On Kurt Vonnegut: ‘Armageddon in Retrospect’

I’m preparing for my first reading from the illustrated collection I produced last year: ‘100 Houses’. The poetry is unashamedly personal, although that’s also the reason why i’ve found it so hard to actually tell anybody that it exists, despite … Continue reading

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The mirror that refused to look back

I was given a simple but thoughtful response to my last blog. Lynn said “Who is really brave enough to want to see the mirror’s reflections?” It took me by surprise. And it made me think about the lack of … Continue reading

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