The first half of year 2016 was very successful.
We invited wonderful poets from Russia and England, like Dmitry Vodennikov, Dmitrij Kuzmin, Dmitrij Vedenyapin, Maria Stepanova, Lev Rubinstein, Fiona Sampson, and Mario Petrucci for readings and conversation;
This is a short introductory film, with interviews from our early days –
II-я часть — выступление Аркадия Штыпеля — здесь ⇒
A big thank you to our visitors from Fiona and New Humanist!
Hands -to squeeze sixpences out of pence,
Feet-just in case of a debtor.
But why have a soul? In what possible sense
Would a soul be anything better
Than futile things like a clarinet,
Or hammock, or basket of mignonette?
There isn’t a single
(write this down)
Clarinet in Hamlin.