I’m posting a link to this post from 2008 (can’t believe I’ve been blogging so long!) One Leaf, One Link because earlier this year Jackie Proctor from PlusPerth, a local mental health charity, was in touch with me, saying that there was a plan to reprint One Leaf One Link an anthology to which I… Read More »
Although the day was sunny and warm, once the cloud burned off, we’re on borrowed time. The spring wheat isn’t quite ready for harvest – I know this because there were no clouds of finches in there gathering while they may – and there are still flash mobs of young swallows over the grass, although… Read More »
You get two for the price of one this week. I am a sucker for rich colours and natural forms so Fiona Robertson’s web-site is always a joy. It has recently been updated by her husband, who just happens to be artist Douglas Robertson. His own beautiful web-site is here. I haven’t been looking after… Read More »
This weeks artist is ‘outside artist’ and animator Vic MacRae. Her work is vibrant, colourful and thought-provoking. Also I noticed that someone was looking up the spirituality articles on the burnedthumb site and the links were broken. I’ve fixed them now, if you would like to check again.
A picture post, because the garden is calling: Thinking about saving seed for next year The harvest is in sight If you have two loaves, sell one and buy a lily—
There has been a glitch in the arrangements for our book launch, and it is going to be rescheduled. Pleae watch this space – I’ll let everyone know as soon as we have the new date. Also I’m registering the blog with Technorati (VKSKVKQB45VZ) to make it easier to find.
I’m really busy just now: choosing poems to read at No Sleep at Bristo, the Poetry Marathon organised by Kevin Cadwallender, which will take http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifplace in the Forest Café over the 11th and 12th August. I’ll be reading at 11 o’clock on Friday morning. deciding which of the many poetry events I’ll be at in… Read More »