“I find your poetry accomplished
and provocative (a rare combination!).” (email).
an accomplished poet himself
(to put it mildly).
Steve Sneyd in Data Dump #79, reviewing
“An ambitious mini–epic, if in places a little preachy, a generally eloquent instance
of SF poetry unafraid of big / challenging ideas”.
New Hope International Review
“Dylan Harris impresses with
NEW YEAR’S EVES, a brief but razor–sharp
depiction of a pub”
(Will Daunt’s review of Borderlines 33).
A recital of
Michael Hamburger’s translation of Paul Celan’s “Death Fugue”.
“I am writing to you to thank you for your contribution to Race
Action Kettering’s Holocaust Memorial Day event. Your poem
was a terrific credit to both the author and the reader. We
were all very moved by your rendition.” (Ron Sawford, Northamptonshire Racial Equality Council).
That comment reflects the power of
Michael Hamburger’s translation of Paul Celan’s
but I’m glad I wasn’t seen to make a mess of reciting it,
and it’s important to me to remind people of the dangers of nationalism.
“Your text is important and true”, on a postcard
(which pratfeatures here has lost),
referring to my poems Hymnen,
inspired by, and named after, his electronic masterpiece.
In the Beeb OS 1.2 ROM
(C) 1981 Acorn Computers Ltd.Thanks are due to the following
contributors to the development of the BBC Computer (among others too
numerous to mention):- David Allen,Bob Austin,Ram Banerjee,Paul
Bond,Allen Boothroyd,Cambridge,Cleartone,John Coll,John Cox,Andy
Cripps,Chris Curry,6502 designers,Jeremy Dion,Tim Dobson,Joe Dunn,Paul
Farrell,Ferranti,Steve Furber,Jon Gibbons,Andrew Gordon,Lawrence
Hardwick,Dylan Harris,Hermann Hauser,Hitachi,Andy Hopper,ICL,Martin
Jackson,Brian Jones,Chris Jordan,David King,David Kitson,Paul
Kriwaczek,Computer Laboratory,Peter Miller,Arthur Norman,Glyn
Phillips,Mike Prees,John Radcliffe,Wilberforce Road,Peter
Robinson,Richard Russell,Kim Spence-Jones,Graham Tebby,Jon
Thackray,Chris Turner,Adrian Warner,Roger Wilson,Alan Wright.
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