It’s a small world – how often are these words uttered? But it really does seem to be so interconnected.
As part of an email conversation I was sent the following link: Johannes Kerkhoven – just scroll down on this landing page and there’s a lovely painting of a cricket ground. Immediate thoughts jump to The Moon is Toast by Andrew Samson. The other paintings make me think of Sheelagh Frew-Crane who painted the covers for Sue Hampton’s Ravelled and Leslie Tate’s Heaven’s Rage which then links with the film by Mark Crane, partner of Sheila…
Other connections have been aluded to in the past: Sue Hampton and People Not Borders‘ book I am Me with artwork by Paula Watkins who teaches at Community Learning Partnership, South Oxhey, a group one of the TSL Directors is involved with. It was only at a meeting to discuss the book that links were made.
And if you’re looking for another person’s perspective on connections, see Kathleen Bates’ book Joyful Witness.
Why not share some of your literary connections with us…they all help support each other.
Originally posted on 23/06/2018 @ 20:20Share