A humanising sense of creativity

The following are extracts from an article in the Scotland on Sunday, 13 November 2022, about a new collection of the Edinburgh poems by Wilfred Owen and Seigfried Sassoon: Wilfred … Continue reading A humanising sense of creativity

‘and danced farther and farther from home’

I do not do book reviews, instead I like to share fragments. Shuggie Bain is a harrowing read and reveals most starkly how we become part of the world around us. … Continue reading ‘and danced farther and farther from home’

Uley Blues

Wellington Dauncey was born in Dursley on the 12th December 1824, the son of Titus and Mary Ann. He came from a family of cloth makers. Wellington Dauncey took his … Continue reading Uley Blues

Girgenti: footnotes and forget-me-nots

Introducing Girgenti At Girgenti you can still hear two girls sing. Girgenti followed Paestum [to play my short film, PAESTUM FOLLOWED, please click here or on the image above] From … Continue reading Girgenti: footnotes and forget-me-nots