For my Tuesday Poem post this week, I have the pleasure of being the Tuesday Poem hub editor! I have asked the very generous Wellington poet, Mary Cresswell, to share her new poem, ‘Gigabyte’, for pride of place on the TP hub, so do head on over & take the time to read her beautifully crafted thoughts on memory, time & experience. Also, make some time with the morning coffee to read my fellow Tuesday Poet bloggers’ poems & erudite commentary this week – just take a little look along the sidebar at the hub – there are some gems, as always.
I feel a little behind with my blog posting lately; June was an incredibly busy month, both workwise & travel-wise – so there are many honest promises for musings on my Parisian Sorbonne Mansfield paper, inspired Mansfield lectures at the New Zealand Studies Network at Birkbeck, another short fiction published in a Scottish journal, some pics & thoughts about the Keats-Shelley house in Rome, my visit to Shakespeare & Company on the banks of the Seine, another poetry reading and some Typewriter action. These will come, I promise, when time appears to be less elusive.
For the time being, read some Mary Cresswell poetry here!