FUNDAÇÃO MALCOLM LOWRY

FUNDAÇÃO MALCOLM LOWRY

Este blogue foi criado com o intuito de unir a comunidade lowryana de todo o mundo, a fim de trocar ideias e informação sobre o autor, promover a organização de conferências, colóquios e outras actividades relacionadas com a promoção da sua obra. Este é o primeiro sítio trilingue feito no México sobre o tema. Cuernavaca, México.


Malcolm Lowry Foundation


This blog was created to comunicate all lowry scholars, fans and enthusiastics from around the world in order to promote the interchange of materials and information about the writer as well as organize events such as lectures, colloquiums and other activities related to the work of the author. Cuernavaca, Mexico.


FONDATION MALCOLM LOWRY

Ce blog a été crée dans le but de rapprocher la communauté lowryenne du monde entier afin de pouvoir échanger des idées et des informations sur l'auteur ainsi que promouvoir et organiser des conférences, colloques et autres activités en relation avec son oeuvre. Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexique.

domingo, 5 de julio de 2009

New Lowry Book


Now you can buy the new book on Lowry called: From the Mersey to the World. Our friends Alberto Rebollo and Cisco Jimenez have works in it.

Ahora pueden comprar el nuevo libro sobre Lowry: De el Mersey para el Mundo. Nuestros amigos Cisco Jimenez and Alberto Rebollo participan en el.

http://www.liverpool-unipress.co.uk/html/publication.asp?idProduct=3926

Synopsis
Malcolm Lowry described Liverpool as ‘that terrible city whose main street is the ocean’. Born on the Wirral side of the river Mersey, Lowry’s relationship to the Merseyside of his youth informs all of his writing and Liverpool itself continued to hold tremendous significance for him, even though he never returned. Published in conjunction with a festival and exhibition at Liverpool’s Bluecoat arts centre celebrating Lowry’s centenary, this beautifully produced book showcases a variety of creative and critical approaches to Lowry and his work, and includes twelve specially commissioned pieces of new writing. There is a particular focus on place and on journeys; contributors write from the UK, Europe, Canada and Mexico, and reflect both on Lowry’s ‘voyage that never ends’ and on their own journeys with and through Lowry’s work. The book also demonstrates the richness of Lowry’s influence on contemporary visual artists and includes full-colour illustrations throughout. It will be an indispensable companion for anyone interested in the creative legacy of Malcolm Lowry’s life and work.

Texts by:
Ian McMillan (poet and broadcaster); Colin Dilnot (Wirral-based artist/writer); Cian Quayle (Manx artist/writer); Michele Gemelos (University of Cambridge); Alberto Rebollo (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México); Mark Goodall (University of Bradford); Ailsa Cox (short-story writer/Edge Hill University); Annick Drösdal-Levillain (Strasbourg University); Nicholas Murray (Liverpool-born writer); Michael Turner (Vancouver-based writer); Robert Sheppard (poet and writer/Edge Hill University); Gordon Bowker (literary biographer; author of Pursued by Furies: A Life of Malcolm Lowry).

Artworks by:
Ross Birrell and David Harding; Julian Cooper; Pete Flowers; Adrian Henri; Cisco Jiménez; Ray Lowry; Brian O’Toole; Paul Rooney.

128pp, 40 colour illustrations, 250 x 175mm, paperback

Published September 2009

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