I have added some items to the ‘Impact Art’ page. . . . . __________ Any adverts on these pages are nothing to do with me!
With the latest additions to the Impact Art page, I have released all the work so far. This won’t be the end of the project, but I am not inclined to churn stuff out just for the sake of it. I will add work as and when I see a point and an effect to […]
… from the ‘red series’. Click on the image to go to the archive.
Strictly speaking the Lithopoesis project belongs to 2010, and I haven’t made any updates to the site since 2012, I think. However, the other day, quite by surprise, I received notification that someone had started following the updates to this site. So I decided to add another page, intended as a repository for ‘Impact Art’, […]
I have unearthed another Lithopoema from 2010 called on being eaten. I had forgotten about it, mainly because I had revised it as plain ‘free verse’ in order to include it in a submitted collection. However, having conducted an interview with writer Sam Snoek-Brown in which he mentioned Sarah Rose Etter’s Husband Feeding, I remembered […]
Today I have added the final three poems in this project. This will now become a static site, in effect an archive of the Lithopoesis project as it stood in 2010. I will leave links to here on my other ongoing web site and poetry blog. I would like to thank everyone who has ‘followed’ […]
Today I have added I belong to you and Phoenix. Not long to go before this archive is complete.
Today I have added I am weary of jackhammered steel and Eye-in-eye. The latter is another poem I wrote in reaction to a painting by Edvard Munch.
Today I have added new pages with the poems we had left the radio on and yellow on black. Of course although I describe them as ‘new’ they are actually from 2010.
I have just added two poems to the site. They are Sketch for ‘The Kiss’, based on the drawing by Edvard Munch, and one morning on Nethergate. The Edvard Munch painting known as The Kiss shows a man and a woman embracing; they are in a room in front of a window. In the painting […]