first images

IMGP9693 first images, first draft from scrapbook

enjoy – we did,

pupitre mareel screen 2

inside a “more than fullhouse” – it was amazing, and we, co-authors and publisher, would like to thank everyone who could manage to sit inside Screen 2, as well as our hosts, Shetland Arts & Joe’s grant provider, for allowing us to launch “From Shore to Shoormal / D’un rivage à l’autre” on Sun 1 Sep 2013. Written by two voices, read by two voices from either side of Atlantic… Our audience enjoyed the spoken word, music and images blown up on the cinema screen. We were graced by great guest readers – Marsali Taylor, Joe Blades & Christian Tait. Steve Davidson & Aland McKay provided enchanted music.

THANK YOU EVERYONE – having you was a joy, as well as a memory I shall treasure forever. Merci.

With renewed thanks to my young photographer, Craig Meheut, who provided all the scrapbook images. Merci, mon cher photographe ;-)The trans-Atlantic adventure continues. What a fabulous celebration it was! More to come. WATCH THIS SPACE!

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Filed under 2013, 60N, atlantic, Canada, celebration, geopoetics, images, poetry, poets, project, review, shetland, shore, spirit, verse poetry, writing

2 responses to “first images

  1. I had a wonderful time! I was probably the only person in the room who has called both sides of the Atlantic home and it was so special hearing you both speak. Truly magical!

    • Thank you very kindly, E. You were one of two (in the audience) who could call both sides “home” on that day :-). Really chuffed you had a great time. It was so great you could be among us. Thank you. 🙂

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