Category Archives: Self-Advocacy News

Finding Nemo

Jules Verne He was born in 1828 and died in 1905 in a French bourgeois family. His father was a successful lawyer and wanted his son to follow the legal profession. He was a bourgeoisie and lived in the walled city and became an obstacle in the progress of his children. But right from childhood […]

Literature Poems around the May Pole

John Millington Synge During this month we are presenting the poems of Sasha Dee creatively written on the themes of the International Literatures. The first is written on the One Act Play Riders to the Sea written by playwright Synge. He was born in 1871 and died in 1909 Synge’s writings are mainly concerned with […]

GLOBE PEMS

This is the Ms of the Globe poems written and read at the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre on 8th December 2016 PS. Readers should send their comments in the comments column at the end of this column. If comments sent elsewhere they will be put in the rubbish bins. A Tale for the Winter Participants Poets […]

NEW BEGINNING

Happy New Year 2017  Despite the difficulties we faced in the years 2015 and 2016 we are now back in the saddle. We look forward to the year 2017 when our cultural wing “afunnyfarm.org.uk” will as usual present poetry written by our usual poets, reviews, stories etc. Our readers can also send their own written […]

APPLE EYE FEAT

REVIEW APPLE EYE FEAST by Philip Ruthen Reviewed by Emile Sercombe (Emile Sercombe is a poet, artist, performer of poetry and lecturer in poetry teaching)   If you see him the twinkly-eyed typist one finger stub-stabbing at the keyboard, or as the expert who describes and advises us about our rights, or as the friend […]