End of an era for InPrint poet
InPrint poet Lisa D'Onofrio, who inspired and helped to
create the ground-breaking Poetry Vending Machine, is returning to
her native Australia next month. She is a founder-member of the
group and one of the prime movers in our various activities. She
will leave a big gap, not only as a brilliantly imaginative poet,
but also as a good friend.
The group is having a get-together in the early part of October to
celebrate Lisa's time with us and to say goodbye to her, her
husband Errol and children Dash and Blossom.
Meanwhile Lucy Care
, organiser of the Paston
Project, with which InPrint has been involved for well over a year,
has an exhibition at the Griffon Gallery in North Walsham, Norfolk,
this October. It runs until the gallery puts on a version of the
starting on October 30.
More pictures from Paston
A selection of photographs taken at the two most recent workshops
at The Barn, Dayspring. At the first, on May 11, Annette Rolston
was leading with Rupert Mallin; at the second, on May 31, she was
in charge of the artists while Caroline Gilfillan was with the
writers. Some high quality work is being produced, and the
prospects for the planned book and exhibition are excellent.
However, a great deal remains to be done.