The creative edge to life and work, through art and writing
Colour and Quill celebrates the creative edge in life, whether practical, whimsical or purely aesthetic, through imaginative changes to everyday situations.
It is about living the creative life, specifically through visual arts and creative writing, in all its varied forms. It is about claiming a creative space and wrapping it around your life like a quilt of love.
Do you need a painting to brighten your wall? Or do you want the whole wall to be a painting?
Do you want a three-page article for your magazine? Or a three-line haiku for your loved one? Or a book to enrich your life?
Contact Colour and Quill and let's get creative!
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* Resensie van Waar die oog van stil word op die Nederlandse webwerf Meander.
* Listen to a reading of my poetry! Luister na 'n voorlesing van my gedigte uit Waar die oog van stil word deur Daniel Hugo op Vers en Klank (1 November 2016).
* Drie van my gedigte uit Fluisterklip is opgeneem in Om die aarde aan te haal en ander gedigte, 'n graad elf letterkunde publikasie.
Starting in January 2017, instead of a regular blog, I will be posting chapters of Simon Says on a weekly basis. Each chapter will be available to read for free for a fortnight. Chapter 6 and Chapter 7 now available...
This year’s list of books
It is that time of year when anybody may be forgiven for making a list. So bear with me and share with me 2016 in books. Read more
Ticking the right existential boxes
Sometimes I have had cause to doubt my existence. My name disappears from lists, my address ceases to exist, my phone number falls off the face of the earth. Read more
Creativity has a multitude of children
Creativity has a multitude of children, fostered out to many. “Foster parent to a poem” – did I not write that once, long ago? Read more
The truth, the whole truth and everything but the truth
A writer’s word cannot be trusted. We do not make the list. Read more
Short story - The Shed
The house with the green roof was mine. The third house from the park, on the left. The one with the overgrown garden. Read more