‘Paths and Fruits’ poetry reading

By The Andrew Raven Trust |

Thomas A Clark
Thomas A Clark

As part of The Trust's 2011 conference exploring the pleasure and significance of paths please join us in the Main Hall, Ardtornish House, Morvern at 10.00am Saturday 18 June for 'Paths and Fruits', a poetry reading by acclaimed Scottish poet Thomas A Clark chaired by Professor Nigel Leask of Glasgow University.

Thomas A Clark lives in the fishing village of Pittenweem in Fife. He has published four previous collections of poetry, and numerous small books and cards with his own Moschatel Press. In the summer months, with the artist Laurie Clark, he runs Cairn, a project space for minimal and conceptual art. Thomas A Clark’s work often appears as installations or interventions in galleries, public spaces or in the landscape. A large collection of such work has been installed throughout New Stobhill Hospital in Glasgow. Information published courtesy of Carcanet Press.

Collections include:

  • The Hundred Thousand Places, 2009, Carcanet Press
  • Of Woods and Water, 2008, Moschatel Press
  • Tormentil and Bleached Bones, 1993, Polygon Press

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