Paul Crichton has been writing poetry for several years and this is the first publication of a selection of his poems.
One poem from the pamphlet:
I thought I heard you laughing in another constellation.
Travelling from silence to silence, the train stopped near a forest.
I got out and read your letter on the platform.
The blanks between the words were cold and white.
I looked up and saw across the track, where the train had been,
red fields burning without fire, the horizon, the sky.
Gravity - The Woodlouse - Dear Body - Halkirk - Winter - My Darling Wolfgang - Wolferl Amadé - Sing, Goddess, the Anger of Penelope - Nice to see you - Food Chain - The Wind - Eleven Ways of Thinking Seeing Eyes - Iceland - One day I’d like to give all this up - Homage to Herman Melville - I Actually Think I Know What I’m Talking About - The Myth of the Given - Beyond the Horizon - The Letter
Reading by poets from the Faber Academy Poetry Salon
On 3rd March 2014 there was a reading by poets from the Faber Academy Poetry Salon at the Troubadour Cafe, Earls Court, London. Paul Crichton was one of the poets. There is a review of the evening:
And here are some photographs of the poets who read: