About


Marcus Moore, 63, father of three and grandfather to another three, is a freelance writer, theatre practitioner and arts consultant.

 

A Yorkshireman by birth, he has spent most of his adult years living and working in Gloucestershire.

 

All journal entries are also listed on the Index pages: Heart, Mouth, Eyes… and so on. An explanation of each of these headings appears on the relevant page.

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10 Responses to About

  1. Kerry Davies says:

    Hope the move goes well, young ‘un.
    Where can I steal a copy of the Soundcheck Blues poem? Time to educate another generation of roadies.
    Kerry showmaster@btinternet.com

  2. Toni Dellow says:

    Really enjoying some new reading material,that is worth reading..much love to a well respected teacher I once knew…who to this day still has
    a dramatic influence on the person I became…:-))x

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m under instructions to tell you my daughter thinks you’re lovely!

  4. Jackie Tot says:

    Thanks for the invitation into your written world. Very excited. Sorry I am unable to agree with Helena about the photo: feel the authenticity is compromised by the airbrushing of a curl of smoke…. xx

  5. An admirable undertaking Marcus. We have a mutual friend, Fergus. I’ll be following your blog. William Hatchett

  6. thom says:

    U N Buks
    loved the poetry in giving a book away for every new one you receive!
    as well as the trust in public transport,libraries,poets,drama and improvisation as a way of life
    Great Example for all aspiring Anglophiles-Thanks for all teh fish!
    42

  7. maggie says:

    hi brother just discovered your website. very interesting, I will keep looking at it to see what develops.

    love you loads

    Maggie

  8. Steve says:

    Great article on Icarus. Last paragraph pure gold. Sarah, my daughter, choreographed the piece, so thanks!

  9. jo says:

    Really enjoying your words Marcus, thank you.
    jo x

  10. Helena Cavan says:

    LOVE the photo!!

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