Tag Archives: Kate Duignan

Chamomile, lemon balm and giraffes

Annelyse Gelman is the fastest working artist in the exhibition. I only met her 10 days before the exhibition and in passing conversation I happened to mention that one poem had just lost an artist. She immediately offered to take … Continue reading

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Not a google girl

No disrespect to the kids today, but I’m glad there was no Google, Facebook and Twitter when I was twenty-one, because I’m pretty sure for me the cyberbabble would have eaten up that solitary reading. Click on The Poets and … Continue reading

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