Drum roll, please! I have quite spontaneously decided to take the plunge and do a poetry reading. And my rather fabulous mother, Fanny Parow Knill, will be accompanying me on the harp.
Featured work will be some of the poetry I have posted here previously, plus some brand new stuff.
In July we will be moving out into the countryside, which is a long-standing dream of mine, and I think it will be really good for me. But it does also mean bidding farewell to the place in which we’ve lived the past 11 years: Almere, the Netherlands. This is a little bittersweet.
Why am I telling you this? Because a lot of my poetry has a strong nature theme and has been inspired by walks in nearby nature reserve, Oostvaardersplassen. Which is incidentally where the reading will take place. Very appropriate, and a nice way for me to bid Almere farewell.
I will update this post with all the relevant details when available, so keep your eyes peeled if you live in the area.