Poetry

The next Video is Jay Ramsay reading Tears in The Fence Festival 2014 Great to see and hear dear friend Jay again.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next Video is Rosie Jackson

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next Video is David Caddy Reading ‘Lapping At The Door at Tears in The Fence Festival 2014 really great to view David again.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is David Caddy presenting his speech and talk about what really matters being the subject of poetry, the lived experience that which touches our hearts, minds and spirits in becoming. Thank you David for all the work you do.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Charles Hadfield reading Tears in the Fence Festival 2014 great to see and hear Charles reading again a joy and a pleasure, meaning with purpose.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Michael Scott a very moving and profound set of what really matters to us all as human beings. How we the living cope with loss and sadness makes us part of who we are.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next Video is Morag Kiziewicz a very sensitive and profoundly moving reading an account of the lived experience and informed from the heart.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next Video is Catherine McNamara

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is David Andrew a very moving reading

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Colin Sutherill A heartfelt reading selection of the relevant lived experience

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Lesley Burt a sensitive and insightfull reading full of relevance and meaning

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Ric Hool a reading to consider and read again thoughtfull and challenging with great humour

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Alison Lock a very real insightfull reading of combined lived experience and the imagined

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Aidan Semmens A thoughtful and meaningful piece with deep layers of content heart felt and very real, ‘Mark making in the land of their living” and ours.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Val Bridge reading at Tears in the Fence 2014. On the theme of the exiled or outsider, refugee a very poignant and profoundly current, touching and movingly relevant reading. Poetry from the very real lived experience and in praise of diversity overcoming and acceptance of the trials of life

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Richard Makin reading at Tears in the Fence 2014. An introduction to his new book MOURNING.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Linda Black reading at Tears in the Fence 2014. A very visual and as a Dyslexic appealing take on life. Humour  with depth and fun.

The next video is the Round Table Discussion at Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. A very dynamic and stimulating debate and interesting juxtaposition of work and perspectives on the lived experience.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is Louise Buchler Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. An insight into South Africa and apartheid together with the lived experience of growing up and adolescence, heart felt and powerful expresssion.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

The next video I want to share is Norman Jope Norman reminds me of some great music and a some brilliant times from the past. Norman has great insight and true passion for his subject it comes over very well and it is a pleasure to view again.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

The next video is Cora Greenhill reading at Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. A well observed insight into the lived experience a moment for reflective thinking about other.

The next video from the Tears in the Fence Festival 2014 is Ian Brinton’s talk on John Riley a fascinating and informative account that illuminates our understandings and provides us with an insight into his life and work.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

The next video in the Tears in the Fence series is Mandy Pannett a very sensitive and genuine insight into the lived experience. What really matters and an offering from the heart, I found it profoundly moving.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

The next video in the Tears in the Fence series is of Anthony Barnetts Talk. An insightful view of translation and it opens up a rich and rewarding canon of work. A masterpiece of detailed exploration.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

The next video in the Tears in the Fence series of readings is Featured poet Pansy Maurer-Alvarez. A real joy to hear Pansy’s authentic voice as ever a treat.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

Here is the reading of ‘Waterwoven’ Claire Diprose Jo Waterworth, Ewan MacPhearson, Ama Bolton, Morag Kiziewicz and Sarah Butler. Video of the performance during Bath Literature Festival 2015 at Bath Royal Science Literature Institute (BRSLI) It received a standing ovation and it is a pleasure to now make this video available form my blog pages.

 

The next video is available. Lucy Hamilton reading as a featured poet during the Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. Lucy gives us a very insightful, sensitive and informed view of the lived experience. A pleasure to listen to her very genuine meaningful voice again.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is available. Jeff Hilson reading as a featured poet during the Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. I find this reading is absolutely brilliant. It was fantastic to experience live and it is still mesmerizing watching it as a video. It is an extraordinary performance and leaves me still thinking about the content months after.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

The next video is available. Dorothy Lehane reading as a featured poet during the Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. Combining the very personal with the common and shared lived experience.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next video is available. Peter Hughes reading as a featured poet during the Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. A great balance of mirth, humour and sensitivity and always a treat to hear peter read.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

The next video is of Jennifer K Dick reading at the Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. A great combination of Science meets Art and Human Spirit through the lived and shared experience. Some great humour with purpose and meaning, a pleasure to hear again and again.

 

The next video is of Chris McCabe reading on Friday evening at the Tears in the Fence Festival 2014. An authentic voice with humour and serious intent. All though his last poem is missing from this set it is clear that the lived experience and social justice are important to Chris. A real treat to watch and listen to.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

The next reading is from Sarah Crewe a fantastic reading that challenges our prejudices and brings us to consider important feminist perspectives. A dynamic experience repeated here for you to enjoy at your leisure.

Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

 

Last year my self and Morag helped and supported David Caddy in the development of the ‘Tears in the Fence’ poetry festival. Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor recorded sound and video footage of readings. With special thanks for the loan of equipment to Somerset Film

Here is the first one edited by me to go live on YouTube.

Ian Brinton introduces John Freeman. I like the way John moves from environmental to human issues in a very sensitive reading, humorous and poignant

 

Tears in The Fence Festival Videos Filmed by Tom Kiziewicz and Georgie McGregor, Produced by Andrew Henon with thanks to Somerset Film

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