Tag Archives: Andy Croft

Robo-Burns: The Orfeon Translates

(By way of xenochronicitous – AKA late – celebration of the birth o the Bard, here’s an machine-generated curio.  The Bulgarian poet Kristin Dimitrova completed a translation of one of my Burns poems – there’s mair – back in 2009 … Continue reading

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Non-Standard (4)

(Much has changed since this final section was written, not least the formalisation of the live literature campus into another aspect of the rethinking of the arts as a calendrical round of festivals and an administrative round of grant applications. … Continue reading

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‘Ghost’ in Novi Sad (& Unique Mother Tongue)

Here’s a recording some kind person made of me reading the pome ‘Ghost’ in the Novi Sad Festival back in 2008. It was very well received, but I’ve forgotten who sent me this, so thanks and apologies! Listen to beyond … Continue reading

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