It’s Plumtime Plum Busby Return on Friday 14th September
Edible Art – Choccywoccydoodah. Originally from Brighton, the Choccywoccydoodah express has arrived in London, with all its quirky and kitsch chocolate majesty.
* The Autumn 2012 issue of London Grip New Poetry features poems by: *Charles Lauder Jr *Jane Kirwan *Mike Barlow *Rehan Qayoom *Matthew Stewart *Thomas Roberts *Pippa Little *David R Morgan *Murray Bodo *James Norcliffe *Janet Simon *Peter Branson *Wendy French *Robert Nisbet *Elizabeth Smither *Teoti Jardine *Amado Storni *Angela Kirby
Thomas Ovans takes a walk with Tamar Yoseloff & Vici MacDonald in London’s back streets – but without leaving his armchair…
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs reflects on a new selection of John Rety’s intriguing and individual poetry
Every thing is free is a contemporary condition of England novel. It is centred around a shopping mall where a cast of lost souls spend a good proportion of their lives. Ward judiciously sets the story just before Christmas thereby reinforcing the societal obsession with the material over the spiritual.
We all might be a little wiser if we read Daniel Kahneman’s study of how decisions are made …
The book’s title reminds us that before ‘Fred’ there was ‘Fred and Adele Astaire’. Indeed it was Adele who introduced her brother to dancing. However this is neither an expose nor a sentimental biopic, rather its use of references and sources, presented in non sensational language gives the biography the air of an academic text.
Leah Fritz talks to Fiona Sampson about being a concert violinist, a poet, an editor and more … and about trying to “get it right” in everything
As I watched Youn Sun Nah, a Jazz singer originally from South Korea, conducting a master class, along with the Swedish guitarist Ulf Wakenius in Marciac I was struck by her lack of pretension and openness, as was her audience, who clearly loved every minute of her presentation.
Sarah Lawson finds much to admire in Leah Fritz’s new collection Whatever Sends the Music Into Time
A South Bank audience gives an enthusiastic welcome to Ethiopian poet Bewketu Seyoum reading from his new chapbook. London Grip agrees…