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Curations on the Environment / Biosphere

Poetry Goes Technical: LYRA, Cancer Alley and AI poetry with Thomas Zadegiacomo del Bel

If you are in Bristol this weekend LYRA poetry festival is closing on the 21st with lots still to come, such as TS Eliot prize-winning poets Joelle Taylor and Alice Oswald (in Oswald’s case supported by Caroline Bird and Rachel Long). And for poetry film lovers and those interested in the interaction between poetry and […]


Exhausted and inspired, I have just flown back from vibrant, warm and friendly Mexico City and FOTOGENIA festival 5 – an extraordinary collection of films from across the world, at seven locations, so ably co-ordinated and directed by Chris Patch / Mtro. Christian O. Pacheco-Cámara. The sites were: Centro Cultural Bella Epoch – Cine Lido; […]

MALDITO videopoetry festival on the horizon with auspicious dates 31st Oct – 5th Nov

This is a wonderful festival based in Albacete, Spain, that celebrates video poetry amongst all kinds of performance – as happy amongst live bands and VJing as in a quiet, reflective cinema. And following its raunchy and evocative name – Maldito means ‘Damned’ – the event links two feverish dates: Halloween and Guy Fawkes night […]

Frame to Frames update: Lois P. Jones & Elena K. Byrne – powerful ekphrastic competition poem

Leading American poets Lois P. Jones and Elena K. Byrne have teamed up to compose an arresting ekphrastic poem on the festival painting Huapango Torero by Ana Segovia, for Frame to Frames: Your Eyes Follow ekphrastic poetry film competition this year. The event will be screened as part of FOTOGENIA festival in Mexico City 23 […]

Narratives of Climate Crisis – The British Library and MIX, Janet Lees, Csilla Toldy and Sarah Tremlett

[Notes by Sarah Tremlett on climate crisis and the aesthetics of climate change, including participant presentations from Csilla Toldy and Janet Lees (unable to attend), at MIX conference, The British Library, July 7th, 2023. Also featuring an in-depth conversation with climate activist, poet and extractive scientist John Bolland adding some vital context to the discussion. […]

Presenting in MIX: STORYTELLING IN IMMERSIVE MEDIA, The British Library

MIX conference is back, and this time at The British Library in London, on the 7th of July. Co-hosted this year by Bath Spa University and The British Library, the programme centres on leading practitioners in AR, VR, game design, interactivity, etc. It also includes  established poetry filmmakers such Jane Glennie discussing digital reimaging and […]