It has been a wonderful year and I’m grateful to all of you for your ongoing support and encouragement. In this post you’ll find a summary of the year, photos and a discount gift link. I wish all of you a great start to 2023! Continue reading The gifts of 2022
I retraced some of the memories that formed Field Guide to the Lost Flower of Crete along with doing new research in the form of notes and photographs (some of which you can view in this post). Michalis Paraskakis and I sat in… Continue reading Return to Crete
For those of you who watched my January poetry in conversation with composer Michalis Paraskakis you may also be interested in knowing about his forthcoming opera Strella which was commissioned by the Greek National Opera. Plus the Field Guide is featured in the Queen’s Alumni Review.
Continue reading Strella
The Greek composer Michalis Parakakis and I had a wide ranging conversation about our individual and collaboration creative process. Continue reading Michalis Paraskakis: In Conversation
Panos Gklistis and I had a wonderful time performing our Poetry in Concert. Continue reading Poetry in Concert
I walked in the city forest this week with an American composer who will do the introductions for the Poetry Pop Up. Continue reading Book Launch for Lost Flower: Preview
April 13, 1938- June 26, 2021
He was generous in answering my questions about social class, love, joy and more.
His music will live onwards.
Nocturnes (excerpt). Continue reading Frederic Rzewski
Each envelope contains the research material and drafts for a single poem in Wavelengths of Your Song. I gathered a broad range of information including a photograph of a gold miner working underground, notes on the dietary habits of migratory … Continue reading Notes for Wavelengths
Emily Doolittle’s Conversation is based on a poem by Eleonore Schönmaier from Treading Fast Rivers (MQUP). Continue reading Conversation in three Scotland concerts