Ballads of the Scientifica

I am currently in the middle of trying to make a booklet for a physical run of the Ballads of the Scientifica – a collection of poems about science, plus one story and a song. When I initially released it free last year it only had ten poems but that number has grown a bit so I feel there is enough to warent a physical CD.

I am also re-recording some of it as it was done in quiet a rush.

The reason for this was that I did it for Science and Engineering week which I didn’t find out about until it was almost upon us!

This event is coming up once again and I have put together an exhibition of Science-Art which will be up in Centre-Arts in Cheltenham from the 15-23 March.

It is obviously mostly visual but there is a sound panel with sounds from ESA and Bristol University and sundry others. There is a poem by Marcus Moore done for the Wetlands Trust and copies of my award winning Celestial Montage poem and picture mix. The sloan digital sky serve and Galaxy Zoo have provided the means to write in galaxies and so on!

It is all very exciting and you will no doubt be hearing more on it.

Posted: Thursday, March 7th, 2013 @ 6:50 pm
Categories: Festivals and Events, Science and art, Songs.
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