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Bruce Dickinson becomes patron of the Blake Cottage Trust
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The new patron for the cottage in Felpham where William and Catherine Blake lived promises to bring international recognition for the restoration campaign.
New journal article considers Blake’s “London” as architectural space
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This joint authored paper provides an innovative look at London's spaces associated with death during Blake's lifetime and during COVID-19.
New talks from the Blake Society
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Two talks in May and June explore the influence of Blake on Maurice Sendak, as well as using Blake to explore soul-writing.
In Conversation with Jason Whittaker – Recording
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Jason Whittaker discusses the impact of William Blake and the writing and art of William Blake.
Timothy Morton to talk about Blake, Hell and Christian Ecology
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In a talk with The Blake Society, Timothy Morton will discuss the marriage of religion and the biosphere.
Review—BLAKE’S JOB: ADVENTURES IN BECOMING by Jason Wright
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Jason Wright uniquely analyses William Blake’s Illustrations of the Book of Job (1826) to reveal their relevance in clinical psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, especially with patients who have experienced trauma and addiction.
New book explores the role of Oothoon in Visions of the Daughters of Albion
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Joshua Schouten de Jel's second book is due to be published on March 15.
Michael Kuczynski to lecture on Blake’s illustration of Chaucer
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The George Jack Lecture at St Andrew’s University on March 6 will discuss Blake’s fresco of Chaucer’s Canterbury Pilgrims.
Simon Munnery’s show Jerusalem goes on tour
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Using the Blake-Parry hymn Jerusalem as his starting point, comedian Simon Munnery's satirical standup is now on tour.
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