Tag : poetry

Scarlett Sabet, Mark Booth and Aleister Crowley

Interesting snippet I missed in December on the website of Scarlett Sabet, Jimmy Page’s partner: ‘The Secret History Of The World’ was published in 2007 and became a New York Times Bestseller. It’s author Mark Booth [aka Jonathan Black] has attended several of my poetry readings and requested to use a line from my poem Euphoric Kiss (featured in my… Read more »

Hints Of A Perfect Splendour by Sheila Mann

It’s pleasing to read about a new book, one that is a sympathetic account of Aleister Crowley as a teacher outside of the core group of Thelemites… Sheila Mann’s Hints of a Perfect Splendour, about Aelfrida Tillyard, runs to 1,006 pages. The anthology, Cambridge Poets: 1910-1913, included some rather well-known names, such as Grantchester war poet Rupert Brooke, the then-young… Read more »

AC on BBC Radio 3: Sunday 19 August 2012

Words And Music: Beyond Good and Evil BBC Radio 3: 6.30pm on Sunday 19 August 2012 Aleister Crowley’s poem, Hymn To Lucifer, will feature in the August 19 2012 edition of BBC Radio 3’s highly acclaimed Words And Music series. Words and Music on the theme of Evil. Readings by Ann Mitchell and Andrew Wincott. With texts from the Bible,… Read more »

Victor Neuburg: The New Diana

The second book of the series from 100th Monkey Press is the debut of Victor B Neuburg’s unpublished poem The New Diana. Available in a very limited hand-bound edition of only 75 copies. Victor B Neuburg’s final draft of The New Diana was completed 28 June 1912. An advertisement announcing the poem as “in preparation” was included in the September… Read more »