Two good pieces there on Jim's blog, I enjoyed reading them!
thanks juliet, I'm glad you enjoyed them!
Read them last night Marion, and couldn't think of a comment erudite enough to leave! Two excellent pieces, and the interview was anything but dull.
I think I'd be terrified if Jim asked me questions like this!Colin
thanks titus, that's kind of you to say :)colin, I was a bit terrified when I first read them, jim sure doesnae mince his words!
Your former art teacher likes your book - he says it's really very good. He particularly likes Dandelion Clocks, The Herring Girl and Looking Beyond,"but they're all great stuff!!!." You've brought back happy memories, he says.I'll get your review copies out at the weekend.Colin
thanks for telling me that, colin. that's lovely, he's such a nice man. I still remember how to draw women dressed in ball gowns, he taught me that when I was in primary school!
the two Jim-Marion posts are nothing less than brilliant, one could take them as a starting point for an essay about the creative process and poetry... i still haven't finished pondering them, i go back there from time to time...
thankyou roxana, glad you enjoyed them. jim sure made me work hard in answering those questions!
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