Category Archives: Dining in the Cosmic Cafe

Dining in the Cosmic Café in USA

“Dining in the Cosmic Café” has been featured in the electronic Muses’ Gallery of the Highland Park Centre in Illinois, USA.

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Science and Poetry

Being a scientist, writing poetry inevitably intersects with scientific knowledge and language. This can make it more difficult to understand in an everyday context. The notion of difficult poetry as “thought provoking poems that would make the readers think and … Continue reading

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Reading at the Mokaba Bar, Whangarei

New Zealand National Poetry Day is Friday 16th August, and once again Whangarei celebrated early with readings at the Mokaba Bar today. I read poems spread over two slots. The poems are all unpublished and included “shell”, “Manhattan Repentance”, “Advice … Continue reading

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Dining in the Cosmic Café exhibited at Reactor

Dining in the Cosmic Café is included in the “Reactor” exhibition at NorthTec’s Geoff Wilson gallery. It is based on Lindsay Marks’ exhibit “Table for Two, Dinner for One”, a table top (left side of image above) and provided the … Continue reading

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Reactor at the Geoff Wilson gallery

I have a poem “Dining in the Cosmic Café” included in the “Reactor” exhibition at the Geoff Wilson gallery, part of NorthTec’s Whangarei campus. The exhibition combines poetry and art in a sequence of exhibits, each of which was triggered … Continue reading

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