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American Diaspora

On the drunken filigree of midnight, some time between 1987 and 1997 (a decade I have disembowelled and entombed) whilst one-shoe shuffling beside a...
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Everyone remembers everything eventually

Our first encounter was as moon slugs slavering through the glass tilth of the regolith, confined to parallel trajectories the earth sun baking the...
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The pig nest

There is a pig nest horse eye violet and threaded with wool and steel in the upper branches of the lurching night willow The pig nest is invisible,...
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War

You bombarded me with platitudes until my bunker shook until my nose was filled with mustard gas and lexicography Your precious moral turpitude...
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The duplicity of witches

For my 35th birthday we lay in the shed at the bottom of the garden of our two by two amongst a cornucopia of rusting metallurgy. You wore your...

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13 of my comments have received 14 Great Feedback votes

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Brilliant writer gets justified accolade

Posted on Mon, 17 Nov 2014

Very well deserved Richard. It ia apparent that you live in the real world with your eyes wide open and write intruitivy and instinctively about what the every day world slams into your field of vision. 

Sheryl thought for a moment. ‘How...

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Reading night

Posted on Thu, 03 Oct 2019

Hi thank you - yes I have just emailed Mark to say I would love to read.

I have a poetry collection coming out next year so it would be good to read some poetry for once!

 

L x

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Posted in American Diaspora

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Done it!

Posted on Sun, 16 Sep 2018

 

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Posted in Tangerine static

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Ok this time it is definitely correct!!

Posted on Tue, 19 Jun 2018

 

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Posted in I have an imaginary daughter

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A catechism to the shadow of a man

Posted on Wed, 24 May 2017

Obviously this made me cry many times over. Thank you - there is obvious industry here but the lighter touches make Jean's story take wings. The art was his internet, the gothic architecure he cherished was somehow internal, the music was the...

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Posted in JEAN (From Ribbentrop's Chair)

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This is masterful

Posted on Sun, 20 Dec 2015

This is masterful storytelling. It feels like you have really hit your stride and your love of the subjects shines through. This really feels like a novel now and one which will have popular appeal. There is no longer any conflict with the...

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Posted in BERNARD - Part 1 (from "RIBBENTROP'S CHAIR")

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You won pick of the day in

Posted on Tue, 17 Nov 2015

You won pick of the day in your first week Marcia - that is a big deal!!!!

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Posted in in seeking

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Excellent

Posted on Tue, 17 Nov 2015

painting with words - superb 

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Posted in in seeking

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Great first posting

Posted on Mon, 16 Nov 2015

Very evocative - it takes the reader on an incredible journey - looking forward to your next post 

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Posted in first of ever firsts

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Reminded me of Harold Pinter

Posted on Sat, 06 Sep 2014

You write with a lovely free flow, an easy strength. You are using words like weapons.

Brilliant work

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