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These are some of my favourite sites listed alphabetically, please give them a visit:

Art and Literature: Ibykos
http://www.ibykos.net/id4.html
Beautiful artsite with links to other artists and writers.


Art and Literature: Search Art Directory, Artist, Performing Art, Visual Art
http://www.searchartdirectory.com/
Slow loading reference site still buuilding up. Could be very useful.


Artists: Ana Maria Pacheco
http://www.anamariapacheco.cwc.net/Publications.html
Website of artist Ana Maria Pacheco, subject of book, Exercise of Power, by GS


Clarissa Upchurch, artist
http://www.clarissaupchurch.co.uk
Painter, printmaker, draughtsman, married to GS


Comment: A General Theory of Rubbish
http://www.gentheoryrubbish.com/
Will's place. Rebarbative and scabrous but underneath it all rather decent and even sensible


Comment: Butterflies and Wheels
http://www.butterfliesandwheels.com/
Ophelia B's fiercely atheist zone. She reads extraordinarily widely and intensely.


Comment: Drink-Soaked Trotsyist Popinjays
http://drinksoakedtrotsforwar.blogspot.com/
More fighting stuff, occasionally by me. Non anti-American, anti-Israel left and hardish with it.


Comment: Hak Mao
http://blog.hakmao.com/
Mao is not the late Great Leader but the noise a cat makes. Brief, sharp, funny, Australian. Left.


Comment: Harry's Place
http://hurryupharry.bloghouse.net/
Where the left gather to inform and call each other names. Lively as a brawl.


Comment: Norman Geras
http://normblog.typepad.com/normblog/
The famous and wise Normblog of cricket lover and political commentator


Comment: Pootergeek
http://www.pootergeek.com/index.php
More left words from highly trained scientist Lothario and social photographer


Comment: Shuggy
http://modies.blogspot.com/
Brilliant and measured Scottish teacher. Writes good prose. Yes, left again.


Discerning Ear Projects
http://www.discerningear.co.uk
Tom Szirtes musical website. Home of Shur-i-kan


Friends: Ashley Bovan
http://www.ashley-bovan.co.uk
Ashley is an old school friend. We were both scientists who secretly read, and wrote, poetry. His web-site has poems and music. Do visit.


George Szirtes Interview in The Poet\'s Letter
http://www.munayemmayenin.com/Feb05interviewGeorgeSzirtes.htm
The Poet\'s Letter is an online magazine who wrote to me with a set of questions after the Eliot Prize


George Szirtes Interview with The Wolf Magazine
http://www.poetropical.co.uk/wolf/nine/9_interview.htm
Nice magazine. Do read.


George Szirtes at WritersArtists
http://www.writersartists.net/
Site for group of writers and artists including GS, Matthew Sweeney, Ruth Fainlight etc


George Szirtes interview for Essex University
http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~extracts/InterviewSzirtes.htm
Conducted in 2003, on poetry generally


George Szirtes reading
http://www2.britishcouncil.org/home/arts/arts-artforms/arts-literature/arts-literature-publications-and-resources/arts-literature-publications-poetry/arts-literature-publications-poetryquartets-szirtes.htm
Two poems from Poetry Quartets 6 (Bloodaxe / British Council)


George Szirtes reviews Imre Kertész's Fatelessness in The Times
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,923-1731095,00.html
article, August 2005 about Tim Wilkinson's new translation


George Szirtes: An interview with Andras Gerevich
http://www.hungarianquarterly.com/no164/15.html
I had forgotten I had done this. It is the 'identity' question again, but some development.


George Szirtes: BBC Radio 4, Work in Progress
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/speech/workinp/szirtes.shtml
Broadcast talk on novel turning into poem-sequence


George Szirtes: Broadcast Interview with John Tusa
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/speechanddrama/audioarchive.shtml
45 minutes radio interview broadcast 6 March 2005


George Szirtes: Guardian article by James Hopkin
http://books.guardian.co.uk/departments/poetry/story/0,6000,581382,00.html
On the theme of Englishness and wrestling


George Szirtes: Guardian review of AN ISLAND OF SOUND
http://books.guardian.co.uk/reviews/generalfiction/0,6121,1207027,00.html
By Tibor Fischer. Book co-edited by Miklos Vajda and GS


George Szirtes: Interview with Lidia Vianu
http://www.lidiavianu.go.ro/
One of a series of interviews conducted by Vianu. Published in Romana Literara


George Szirtes: Review of Portrait of my Father in an English Landscape
http://www.poetrymagazines.org.uk/magazine/record.asp?id=12206
By Jane Holland in Thumbscrew


George Szirtes: Review of Reel by John Sears, English Studies
http://www.bsu.edu/web/esf/2.1/sears.htm



George Szirtes: Review of Reel by Paul Farley, The Guardian
http://books.guardian.co.uk/reviews/poetry/0,6121,1406177,00.html



George Szirtes: Review of Reel by Ron Butlin, Sunday Herald
http://www.sundayherald.com/47389



George Szirtes: Review of Reel by Sean O'Brien, Poetry London
http://www.poetrylondon.co.uk/index.htm?reviews/issue50.htm



George Szirtes: Review of Reel in Verse magazine
http://versemag.blogspot.com/2005/03/new-review-of-george-szirtes.html



Mad Hatters Review
http://www.madhattersreview.com
Online magazine of poetry and other arts, High Priestess: Carol Novack


Magazines: Georgia Review
http://www.uga.edu/garev/issues/summer99/summer99.html
US magazine. Carries full review of Portrait of My Father by Judith Kitchen


Magazines: Gobshite Quarterly
http://www.gobshitequarterly.com/
US magazine. Includes translations. Including by GS


Magazines: Hudson Review
http://www.litline.org/hudson/ISSUES/HRwin00.html
This issue with work by GS


Magazines: The Hungarian Quarterly
http://www.hungary.com/hungq/
English language magazine of Hungarian culture


Mindspace: Outside / Inside
http://johnmeta4.wordpress.com
Philosopher / scientist, John Powell's new blog


Nonsense: Chase Me Ladies, I'm in the Cavalry
http://chasemeladies.blogspot.com/
One Harry Hutton and his cohort of commenters. Actually funny. Rather often.


Organisations: The British Centre for Literary Translation
http://www.literarytranslation.com/index2.html
Important centre for translation activity, based at UEA, Norwich


Organisations: The Poetry Book Society
http://poetrybooks.co.uk/pbs_home.asp
Home of the PBS, Eliot Prize, portal to much else


Poets: Andy Brown
http://andybrownwriter.mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/index.jhtml
Fine poet working in a range of techniques, good connection between mainstream and other streams


Poets: Anne Stevenson
http://www.anne-stevenson.co.uk/



Poets: Connaisances (Taupé)
http://www.connaissances.blogspot.com
Delightful, thinking site based in France. No full name but intriguing.


Poets: Curiosa Hamiltona
http://www.curiosahamiltona.blogspot.com/
Nathan Hamilton's blog, complete with reviews, writings and opinions.


Poets: Don Paterson
http://www.donpaterson.com/biography.html



Poets: Esther Morgan
http://www.esthermorgan.net/bcdintro.html
Esther Morgan's website, with poems, discussions, tutorials etc


Poets: Fonseca
http://www.fonseca.demon.co.uk/
Roger Huddle's website, part of which is dedicated to Mayakovsky


Poets: John Kinsella
http://www.johnkinsella.org/



Poets: Jonathan Wonham
http://homepage.mac.com/wonham/Poetry/Menu66.html
Site of poet and geologist, now living in Paris. Links to other poets.


Poets: Joy of Six
http://www.joyofsix.co.uk/
Poetry performance group. Very good as group and as individuals


Poets: Julia Darling
http://www.juliadarling.co.uk/
Actually Julia is a novelist too. Includes diary.


Poets: Lavinia Greenlaw
http://www.laviniagreenlaw.co.uk/



Poets: Pallavi Narayan
http://www.poetrypoem.com/pallavinarayan
Pallavi is a young Indian poet I have been corresponding with.


Poets: Paul Muldoon
http://www.paulmuldoon.net/



Poets: Sophie Nicholls
http://lotsofbigideas.blogspot.com/
New blog of young poet


Poets: Tim Liardet
http://members.lycos.co.uk/timliardet/



Poets: Todd Swift
http://www.toddswift.com
Canadian-born poet, performer and editor


Political Groups: The Euston Manifesto
http://eustonmanifesto.org/joomla/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1
Well, I have signed up to it. Looking to put distance between leftism and anti-Americanism.


Political groups: Engage
http://www.engageonline.org.uk/home/
Formed to combat proposed boycott of Israeli academics. So far successful.


Publishers: Bloodaxe Books
http://www.bloodaxebooks.com/default.asp
Major publishers of poetry with vast list, including recent books by GS


Publishers: Five Leaves Press
http://www.fiveleaves.co.uk
Publishers of Passionate Renewal anthology and other works


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Linking popular sites


Teaching: Norwich School of Art and Design, BA Creative Writing
http://www.nsad.ac.uk/courses/bacreativewriting.php
GS runs creative writing here and the MA in Writing the Visual


Teaching: Norwich School of Art and Design, MA Writing the Visual
http://www.nsad.ac.uk/courses/mawriting.php
GS devised and teaches on MA Writing the Visual


Teaching: University of East Anglia, MA in Creative Writing
http://www.uea.ac.uk/eas/sectors/creative/cwhome.shtml
GS teaches poetry on the MA in Creative Writing


Tolulope Ogunlesi
http://omoalagbede.blogspot.com
Young Nigerian writer, a really bright web-site and a fine poet.


Writers/Artists: Martin Figura
http://www.martinfigura.org.uk/
Martin is a photographer and poet, part of Joy of Six. Currently in my MA group


Writers: Adam Makkai
http://www.atlantis-centaur.org/makkai/index/x_eng.htm
Remarkable Hungarian-born linguist, poet, editor, publisher, polymath


Writers: Janice Galloway
http://www.galloway.1to1.org
One of the finest living writers in Scotland, indeed in the UK.


Writers: Katharina Hacker at The Toby Press
http://www.tobypress.com/authors/hacker.html
Marvellous novelist and short story writer


Writers: Linda Grant
http://www.lindagrant.co.uk/
Prize winning novelist, journalist and friend. See also Engage and, sometimes, Norm.


Writers: László Krasznahorkai
http://www.krasznahorkai.hu/
Major Hungarian novelist, translated by GS


Writers: Stop Sharpening Your Knives
http://www.stopsharpeningyourknives.co.uk
Website and magazine. Talented poets once or indeed currently known to GS, totally untouched by his personal literary mannerisms, obsessions and peccadillos.


Writers: Tim Parks
http://www.timparks.co.uk/index.html
The excellent Tim Parks: crisp, clear, but substantial site with Tim's work and activities