Author Archives: Bob
A poem I’ve recently written that alludes to an iconic suspension bridge between Brooklyn and Staten Island in New York City, the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, a major fixture of my early life and travels. Fyi, the town on Long Island … Continue reading
Those of you who’ve been regular attenders of our Refectory sessions will know Richard Wrigley, a Melbourne poet who’s himself been a regular contributor to our conversations. After the publication of his recent book of poems, Honeycomb and Diamonds, I … Continue reading
Best cartoon I’ve come across in ages. For all the Dickinson fans out there . . .
Dunno why I keep chipping away at this particular seam, but they keep coming. Make of ’em what you will. Læne Duck Season in Babylon
Robert Lloyd and I performing a few more of his songs . . .
Robert Lloyd and I recording his ‘The White Giant’, a song about the Cerne Abbas Giant carved in white chalk into a hillside in Dorset many, many moons ago. Erm, yeah. You get the picture. Rough mix, but enough to … Continue reading
In April I turned sixty while attending this very lively conference, at which I sold some books and delivered a keynote address. Belated photo below.
The MLS Refectory series continues . . . Wednesdays 1-2 in Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane. Schedule at link below. You bring $10, I bring the poems. The MLS Refectory 2017 Series Three
Sorry for my long absence! The version of WordPress that drives this site has stopped uploading images, which has stalled my communications department. I’m still here, though! And you can still get in touch via the ‘contact us’ link or … Continue reading