New Writing In Various Forms, edited by Michael Blackburn

The Review is now on permanent sabbatical.

Many thanks to those who contributed.

The rest, as the man said, is silence.

Wednesday, 19 September 2007

* Donald Hall talks about wanting to become a poet. My wife wouldn't let me out looking like that.

* I'm not normally a fan of performance poetry these days, but I like this rough vid of Murray Lachlan Young doing a park-based rendition of Simply Everyone's Taking Cocaine.

* Obits: two poets died very recently - Lydia Tomkiw, a US poet; read Sharon Mesmer's tribute. I first heard about this on Martin Stannard's excellent ezine, Exultations and Difficulties. Lincoln hosted one of the gigs that Lydia was on with Martin and Paul Violi. I have photos. I may dig them out.

The other poet was Bill Griffiths.

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