((This is my creative response to the poetry of Sandeep Parmar in her book “Eidolon” As her book tells partly of a modern revision of the Greek myth Helen that is the part I have focused on. In my creative response I have taken the Norse myth of the wolf Fenris and placed him in modern society.)) Continue reading “Ragnarok”
After Dark offers me the longest stretch of time I have spent sat in Denny’s just to stare out the window and drink coffee.
It is a book by Japanese author Haruki Murakami originally published in 2004. He is a highly distinguished writer both inside of Japan and outside meaning there must be an audience for his work somewhere. In fact, his audience must be vast as he was originally 4/1 favourite to win a Nobel Prize of literature in 2016.
Hi there, reader. ^-^ This is Robin here, I’d say for once without a creative response or a review but I have been rather lax in posting up here so I guess that opening line doesn’t work out. Lets pretend though and just say for once I’m here to shout-out to talented Author and Youtuber, Jenna Moreci, as I feel as though she offers some beneficial advice for any aspiring novelist.
((This is a creative response to the poem “Mother And Daughter, A Translation” by poet Kapka Kassabova. The original concept of the poem shows snippets of dialogue followed by the subtext behind them and I followed this concept in my own response. As an addition, I did use the title “translation” to also be a play on the word “transgender” because really, who doesn’t love a play on words.)) Continue reading “Mother And Son, A Translation”
((This is my creative response to the poem “Travel Guide To The Country Of Your Birth” by poet Kapka Kassabova. I have taken the concept of the original poem but applied the style to my own home town.)) Continue reading “A Travel Guide To Runcorn Streets”