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Alphabets

  ‘Keeping her distance, every girl dares.’ Not long now till the launch of Every Girl’s and Every Boy’s Alphabets, set to coincide with an exhibition of all 52 original paintings by Luke Martineau, at Panter and Hall, 11-12 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5LU, on Tuesday November 14th 2017, from 12-8pm.

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This Bit of London

Archway. I’ve lived here 7 years, walking more or less the same small handful of obvious routes through every weather, season and mood. It’s not a lovely place, but I know my tiny bit of it as thoroughly as John Clare knew Helpston. Clare always finds something new to see in his landscape, which to […]

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Poetry Supper

A beautiful day to be leaving London for a breath of Norfolk November air and a feast of poetry at The Green Dragon, Wymondham. The reading starts at 7.30 tonight.

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Five

A lovely green cover for my contribution to the Clutag Five Poems Series. There are only 100 of these, so hurry along to http://www.clutagpress.com/clutag-shop/ for your copy.

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I’m really looking forward to this

Monday 25th January, Coffee-House Poetry at The Troubadour, 263-267 Old Brompton Road LONDON SW5 9JA From 8 to 10 pm, tickets £7 Book via PayPal on website www.coffeehousepoetry.org or by cheque payable to Coffee-House Poetry, PO Box 16210, LONDON, W4 1ZP The classic Coffee-House Poetry prelude to spring, a scintillating winter salon of new voices & new collections: Jessica Traynor was awarded the Ireland Chair of […]

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Endlessly Atilt

Really thrilled to see Infragreen reviewed by Martyn Crucefix in his blog today. ‘There is a side to Kate Bingham’s poetry that might be (and has been) described as steady, calmly observed, dispassionate, elegant and formally accomplished. But I see another writer…’ Have a read here:  http://martyncrucefix.com/martyns-blog-2/  

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Torbay 2015

Thank you Patricia, William and all the team at this year’s Torbay Festival of Poetry. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole day – reading and listening alike, especially your nursery rhymes in the the style of… competition.    

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Sensuous, imaginative and beautifully accomplished…

Gregory Leadbetter, in this quarter’s Poetry Review, says ‘Infragreen is full of sensuous, imaginative and beautifully accomplished work. It succeeds in leading the consciousness beyond its deadened rounds’. Follow this link to read the whole (thoughtful, lovely) review. http://poetrysociety.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/1053-Leadbetter.pdf

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Dutch Quality Flowers

Thank you Nick, for sending this of the business of tulips.

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Be Now

Our very beautiful short film Be Now is finished and on its way round the festival circuit thanks to Graham’s tireless determination. It’s not available to watch in full quite yet but have a look here www.be-now.co.uk for the trailer!

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