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About me: Born over there in the Royal Infirmary, found an art degree in Reading then made things in London whilst working at the Royal Academy.
Recently translated some writings by Jean Giraudoux and Victor Segalen including a libretto Debussy demurred at; to be published later this year. Thinking about what needs a translation next…
Contact me about Saturday ideas and inquiries.
A fine line: My wife/ thinks I’m in Oslo— but I don’t have a wife.
Some favourite poetry books (mostly) to be found in the library: Francois Villon, translated Galway Kinnell; Gaspard de la Nuit by Aloysius Bertrand; Children of Albion, edited Michael Horovitz; More Latin Lyrics, translated by Helen Waddell; Matthias at the Door by Edwin Arlington Robinson; Calligrammes by Guillaume Apollinaire, translated Anne Hyde Greet; The Lost Lunar Baedeker by Mina Loy; Georgics of Virgil, translated L.P Wilkinson.
When not at work I may still be found in a nook, with a book; a ponderous look…