Category Archives: Poetry in the media

Folding Mirror Research Article in April ETips Magazine

Admin’s research into the first seventy-six poems on this site has been published in the April Etips, which is available for free from the Norfolk Poets link to your left if you sign up.

Happy Easter/Holiday!

Folding Mirror Image Poem Published in Arts and Minds Newsletter

The Space from Singularity Expanding Universe image poem has been published along with a little Marc Latham bio in the Leeds Arts and Minds newsletter.

The newsletter includes lots of interesting and beautiful news and art, and you can receive it at the Arts and Minds website.

Thanks to Tom and the team for featuring it.

Caroline Gill Reviews Marc Latham’s Poetry Collection

Caroline Gill, a valued contributor and supporter of this site, has kindly posted a review of my (Marc Latham) collection: ADHD, Bipolarity and Folding Mirrors on her blog Caroline at Coastcard and a shortened version on the sales page for the poetry ebook on Chipmunka.

To use a construction metaphor for the building of the poems: a review from an accomplished and talented poet appreciating my poetry makes all the mental digging, word cementing and structure forming needed for the work worthwhile.

Anybody reading and enjoying it also makes it worthwhile.

Snowcatcher: the Film of the Poem

Marc Latham’s epic Folding Mirror poem, Snowcatcher: Cradler of Cosmic Latte , has now been adapted into an epic film by leading werewolf director and celebrity, the greenygrey, or as it is known in the movie world, greenygrey3.

The epic film, titled: Snowcatcher and the Swans, has been rush released onto youtube before the snow melts.

Hope it compliments the poem for you, and provides evidence of Snowcather in action.

Three New Folding Mirror Poems in Etips

There are three new Folding Mirror poems by Marc Latham in the Autumn issue of the etips poetry magazine, which is available from the link.

Wendy Webb also talks of Folding Mirrors appearing across the web, including one from Romania, so that’s great news for the form…and hopefully poetry.

Hope you enjoy them, and I’ll be putting them up here over the next three days too.

Lord Byron in Europe on Channel Four

First part of a two part documentary about the poet Lord Byron in Europe on Channel 4 tonight at 9pm too.