Posts Tagged ‘A Simple Rain’
Writer Vivienne Glance’s events in London
Writer Vivienne Glance’s events in London

Vivienne Glance, co-author of A Simple Rain, is Arts Catalyst’s writer-in-residence during September 2012. She is leading A Conversation on Science in Contemporary Performance, Wed 19 Sept, Arts Catalyst, London. This informal conversation on science in contemporary performance will bring together a small invited gathering of artists, writers, scientists and theatre practitioners. http://www.artscatalyst.org/experiencelearning/detail/science_in_contemporary_performance/ We caught […]

A Simple Rain launched
A Simple Rain Booklaunch

While the weather raged outside, inside the enticing book-lined walls of Crow Books, our latest book, A Simple Rain, was launched last Monday. Award-winning Western Australian poet Kevin Gillam launched the book, describing his process of re-visiting the book recently, as one that opened up new ways of reading this particular combination of art and […]

A Simple Rain launch
A Simple Rain launch

Please join us on Monday 6th August 7pm at Crow Books 
900 Albany Highway, East Victoria Park, Western Australia for the launch of A Simple Rain. The book will be launched by award-winning Western Australian poet Kevin Gillam. RSVP/for more information contact teapot@lethologicapress.org Download the A Simple Rain flyer.  

From Alberta to Westerly…
From Alberta to Westerly…

We are very excited that the cover of the current edition of Westerly Magazine features artwork by Lethologica Press’ Perdita Phillips. The photograph is taken from the same series that is featured in our latest book, A Simple Rain. It exists as a close-up of red rock jutting through icy vegetation found on the Athabasca […]

A Simple Rain featured in The West Australian

WritingWA recommends… Together, Vivienne Glance’s abstract, evocative short poems and Perdita Phillips’ equally evocative photographs create a shifting, unfolding narrative of the connection between place and mind. The photographs, taken at the moraine of a glacier, present a zone where the immutable grandeur of the environment might make the transience of human existence acceptable. As […]

An afternoon of words and art
An afternoon of words and art

The conversation was flowing within the airy rooms of Perth Centre for Photography, during our Artist’s Talk afternoon on Saturday 3 March. We chatted about the experiences and lessons learned, from collaboratively making books for the Art/Text/Clearinghouse Project and the Western Australian Photographic Book Survey. A number of poets read from their books – Liana […]

Vivienne Glance and Perdita Phillips: A simple rain
Vivienne Glance and Perdita Phillips: A simple rain

  Photography with an eye for symbolism and hint of narrative, prose filled with visual acuity and flurries and flakes of inventiveness. There is a tangible synergy here between text and image, giving rise to “dissolved aspirations”, depth…past mourning” and the “notes of ages”. ‘A simple rain’ is a book to linger over, a book […]

Perdita Phillips

Perdita Phillips is a contemporary artist who works with the nonhuman world exploring the shifting border zones and accidental beauty found between humans and their environments. Committed to a resensitisation to ecological processes Perdy’s media include photography, sound and installation. Her practice often revolves around science as practised in the field and drawing out ‘conversations’ […]

Vivienne Glance

Vivienne Glance is a poet, playwright and performer. Her poetry has appeared in journals, anthologies and online publications, and she has won places and commendations in competitions. Her poetry collection, The Softness of Water, was published by Sunline Press in 2009, and her work is featured in the anthology Amber Contains the Sun, published through […]

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