Thursday, February 5, 2009


I am a bit behind on reading the weaving groups I belong to, as well as the blogs I subscribe to - I just haven't been weaving much for the last couple of months (in case you couldn't tell by the fact that I hadn't posted at all on my own blog for two months), so haven't been thinking about it in general. Today I have been getting caught up a bit, and saw this post on using binary sequences in weaving from the blog Talking About Weaving. It's fascinating, and led me to the blog, and then website, of the weaver/composer she was talking about, Nigel Morgan. That link is for his website- his blog is here. On the blog I discovered a poet I had never heard of, Kathleen Raine - the poem he posted, "Angelus," is amazing. When I went to his website, I discovered that he has mp3s available for download of all seven of her poems which he set to music for a performance in 2003 (the details are on his website).

Composer, weaver - what a talented person!

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