A fascinating piece of installation art we came across in a corner in Wroclaw. The statuary actually dissolves into the ground and emerges across the street. Arresting. Beautiful. It took twelve hours to get to Karpacz, three hours by plane to Wroclaw and nine … Continue reading Travelling Light in Poland : 17- 27th October 2013
Here is my colleague Des Gunning’s response to the recent Irish Times feature on the Dublin Writers Museum
My colleague Des Gunning just recently wrote this interesting and thought provoking article on the Irish Times Article ( see here http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/looking-for-a-pulse-among-dead-irish-writers-1.1643329 ) on the Dublin Writers Museum I think Rosita Boland's feature of the Dublin Writer's Museum is something of a missed opportunity. First off, I see no mention of Robert Nicholson’s role … Continue reading Here is my colleague Des Gunning’s response to the recent Irish Times feature on the Dublin Writers Museum
William Seward Burroughs (1914 – 1997)
With thanks to Scrawl Magazine, who originally published this piece. William Seward Burroughs – actually smiling… It's not all in the voice. But one gets inklings when one listens. The cracked sepulchral voice of William Seward Burroughs (1914 - 1997) adds a searing quality to countless recordings of his stories. Nowadays this is the … Continue reading William Seward Burroughs (1914 – 1997)
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