On Ciudad doliente de Dios, by Ana Elena González Treviño

For those who couldn't attend the book launch of my novel Ciudad doliente de Dios (Doleful City of God) last 5th of December at the Residency of the Mexican Embassy in London, I am pleased to share the very generous and beautiful text read that evening by Ana Elena González Treviño PhD, Director of the … Continue reading On Ciudad doliente de Dios, by Ana Elena González Treviño

Ciudad doliente de Dios and Finding Blake, III and IV

The last two posts of my series for Finding Blake have been published. In them I keep on talking about Blake's influence in my life and work, and the writing of my novel Ciudad doliente de Dios (Doleful City of God), inspired in his Prophetic Poems. You can read them here: Ya se han publicado … Continue reading Ciudad doliente de Dios and Finding Blake, III and IV

More in Finding Blake,and René Char

The second post of my series for the Finding Blake blog can now be read in Ya puedes leer la segunda parte de mi serie de blogs para la página Finding Blake en Finding Blake. Doleful City of God And you can read a piece I wrote on René Char and poetry as dissidence for … Continue reading More in Finding Blake,and René Char

Ciudad doliente de Dios, and Finding Blake

At long last, my novel inspired on William Blake's Prophetic Poems, Ciudad doliente de Dios, which I started writing in 1997 and finished five years ago, has seen the light. It was released this week in Mexico by Alfaguara, a Penguin Random House imprint. You can read a comment on it in Alfaguara's blog: Langosta … Continue reading Ciudad doliente de Dios, and Finding Blake

More Updates on Blake’s Cottage

If you want to read an update on the sorry story surrounding William Blake’s Cottage, please visit my webpage dedicated to it. There is a new blog entry: https://blakecottage.wordpress.com/blog/ Also read Richard Brooks' article of 4 September in the Sunday Times: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/chariots-of-ire-as-blake-fans-squabble-over-poets-cottage-zw9dbflpx

The Blake Society and the Blake Cottage Trust are lying: they have splattered Blake’s Cottage with mud. Update

The Blake Cottage Trust is at last creating its website to give information to the public about what they are doing with Blake’s Cottage, 10 months after its acquisition. The Blake Society is also updating its webpage. They seem to be responding to the issues they have been found at fault with since I’ve started making … Continue reading The Blake Society and the Blake Cottage Trust are lying: they have splattered Blake’s Cottage with mud. Update

The Blake Society and the Blake Cottage Trust are lying: they have splattered Blake’s Cottage with mud

We started the campaign to acquire William Blake's Cottage in Felpham with an ideal: to contribute our grain of sand to a better world. We wanted to create a haven for artists, thinkers, creators, so that from the Cottage's doors beauty, truth and human solidarity would go out into the world. Instead of that, we … Continue reading The Blake Society and the Blake Cottage Trust are lying: they have splattered Blake’s Cottage with mud