All posts by Ken Cockburn

To Drink from a Wider Bowl

Joanne Durham lives on the Atlantic coast of the US, with the ocean as her backyard and muse. She loved, drafted, and taught poetry all her life, but only began seriously writing in 2018, and has enjoyed seeing her poems published in different parts of the world, including Dodging the Rain (Ireland), Love in the … Continue reading To Drink from a Wider Bowl

Love’s Floreloquence

Love’s Floreloquence by Wendy Ann Webb is published by Inherit the Earth Publications and available now from Amazon. The poems were written over many years, some lighthearted, others very serious issues, to provide poems of love that lasts a lifetime. There’s something for all ages and stages of love and the accompanying heartache of real … Continue reading Love’s Floreloquence

“My self-confidence comes from movement” – a life in dance

I have danced for many years – from being told when I was at university that I should be a dancer, to actually finding Dance when I was twenty-eight years old, and now aged seventy finding a new way to dance with arthritis. In the early years I took as many classes as I could, … Continue reading “My self-confidence comes from movement” – a life in dance

Two new songs by Alf Barnett

As part of Autumn Voices’ Third Age Plus Pioneers project, singer songwriter Chiara Berardelli and multi disciplinary cabaret artist Miss Annabel Sings worked together on a very special project with Alf Barnett, a 93 year-old man (and Annabel’s dad) living in Wembley, whose long held dream was to write songs and perform. Listen to Alf’s songs, ‘Roses’ and ‘Memories’. … Continue reading Two new songs by Alf Barnett