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TOLD BY THE WIND - when performance is 'quiet'

Jo Shapland, Phillip Zarrilli and I first collaborated on ‘Told by the Wind’ in 2010. Fascinated by Japanese aesthetics such as Quietude, and intrigued by what we might co-create together, we embarked on a project which is now in its sixth year. 447 more words

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Bloomsday, An Exile from Trieste

My essay on James Joyce ‘An Exile from Trieste’ is published in the Wales Arts Review for Bloomsday. My thanks to editor John Lavin

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THE EMERGING VOICES OF WELSH POETRY

Last week I was immensely proud to feature in this Wales Arts Review article about the rising voices of contemporary poetry in Wales.

WALES HAS ALWAYS BOASTED A WEALTH OF POETIC TALENT AND VISION. 69 more words

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Memories of Shakespeare - an article for Wales Arts Review

Crouched in the gloom at the side of the curtainless stage, the three bodies were silver-skinned and rag-wrapped; one woman was shaven-headed, one woman was, in fact, an elderly man, one woman was revealing more flesh than anyone in my pre-GCSE class (in their pre-internet schooling) had ever witnessed.  465 more words

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Book Review: Harry Selwyn's Last Race by Tony Bianchi

Originally published on Wales Arts Review:

“All Harry Selwyn ever did was keep to the slow lane, ease his heart and prepare for the long haul.”

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Books, Reviews, Interviews

My review of Tessa Hadley's new novel, The Past

My review of Tessa Hadley’s novel The Past is published at Wales Arts Review edited by John Lavin.  Thanks to publishers Jonathan Cape for sending me a beautiful hardback copy. 13 more words

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My David Bowie Fanboy Story in Wales Arts Review

I was asked for a little story about David Bowie by Wales Arts Review and I tell my fanboy story of the photo I have above my bed. 48 more words

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