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An invitation from Bath Writers & Artists

The morning workshop from 10 to 12 noon is for subscribers. The afternoon readings and activities are open to all. Lunch needs to be booked by 22nd March.

Definitions for Equilibrium:

  • A state of rest or balance due to the equal action of opposing forces.
  • Equal balance between any powers, influences etc; equality of effect.
  • Mental or emotional balance; equanimity.
  • Chemistry: the condition existing when a chemical reaction and its reverse reaction proceed at equal rates.
Inukshuk is the Inuit art of balancing rocks
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The Sea, the Sea!
2-4.45pm Saturday 25 September 2021

A free afternoon celebrating all things marine and maritime
including a dramatic reading of Coleridge’s
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
and a wealth of original writing about the sea
Waterfront Arts Bar, Widcombe Social Club

Presented by Bath Writers and Artists

In other news, Fountain poet Neil Bowen has published a collection of stories, with one poem snuck in. It’s called ‘People are Strange’ and is available here.

A Homeric gathering in Bath

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READERS AND PERFORMERS include Verona Bass, Ama Bolton, Sue Boyle, Sue Chadd, Claire Coleman, Sarah Gregory, Margaret Heath, Rosie Jackson, Miranda Pender’s virtual self, Ann Preston, Linda Saunders, Conor Whelan, Roger Whelan, Jude Wisdom and Shirley Wright.

We are building our Journey theme around EMILY WILSON’S acclaimed new translation the THE ODYSSEY. 

To read a translation is like looking at a photo of a sculpture: It shows the thing, but not from every angle. Like every translator, Wilson brings out some features more clearly than others. But altogether it’s as good an “Odyssey” as one could hope for.

– GREGORY HAYS, associate professor of Classics at the University of Virginia, and translator of Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations. (Review in NY Times 5 Dec 2017)

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