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an interview with Claude Barron, Literary Agent (2014)

For the sake of posterity, here published for the first time, is an old interview with literary editor and Prompt Arts founder Claude Barron (1965-?). Barron’s whereabouts are…

Live Writing 40 mins

Of course usually I prefer watching my guest enter from a safe distance, the hotel opposite or from a parked car, but there’s probably nothing to worry about…

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soundscape – noise is pollution

I never realised how much a train sounded like a plane. Or why travel makes us feel stress. Us all too busy. The train slowing down is like…

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Giraffe

If the artist had been born earlier they would have been lauded as a primitive. Later, and they would have been a leading light in the BritArt movement….

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Art

We mix, we match We colour, we give We take some time In other people’s shoes. We stretch, we paint We draw, we write We watch in awe…

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He warned me when he began. He was so clean and neat and the whole place was white. The colours are so bright. What if he spills them?…

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the unmade bed by m.s.

Lord luv a duck. I am loving the duck. Not sure about the snotrags or the dubious liquid although I’m hoping it’s just water. Wonder what the pills…

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Prompt 2.1 They spiral round the painter at work demanding insight of themselves beneath the sun beside the seaweed sea. They stop and pause; are caught in pose…

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I can hear them walking away with fading laughter. Then the transporting thrum of underground train transporting my thoughts to nothing: An every day Om. I can hear…

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Avon – an appreciation: a story from the Prompt Studio

TIMUTEO TUT by Siphillis Bronchitus Avon            300BC   A common misconception that artwork of this era is based is based on plant life, this piece is widely believed…