Strange Attractor is a term that refers to a system in chaotic motion. Access points to the site are:
Stevie Smith poet, 1902 -1971: a biography, essays and information on her work
Chris Torrance poet : biography and poem
Or go to the individual pages listed below.
The poet Stevie Smith - her life and work
Stevie Smith homepage a introduction to Stevie and guide to the other pages.
Biography - an brief account of Stevie's life and work
Stevie Smith's Suburb - Palmers Green, North London.
Stevie’s connections to other writers, past and present.
Explorations of Stevie's poems and fiction:
'The Jungle Husband': a trek into the jungle with an animation by Xavier Gale -Sides
'Frog Prince': a dip into a deceptively simple poem.
Stevie's religious poems: her doubtful disavowal of Christianity and questions to God
Childe Rolandine' considered with Robert Browning's 'Childe Rolande to the Dark Tower Came'
'A Turn Outside': an adaptation of a radio play by Stevie Smith, set to music by Simon Rowland Jones.
Stevie and music - other musical adaptations of Stevie's work
Events to celebrate Stevie's work
The Stevie Smith Centenary Festival in Palmers Green in 2002
An Evening with Stevie Smith: a reading celebrates Stevie's life and work in Cardiff in 2003
Stevie's Blue plaque: Andrew Motion unveils a blue plaque at Stevie Smith's house in Palmers Green, London in 2005.
Links to other Stevie Smith sites including a blog about Stevie Smith by Noreen Masud at https://parrotsatethemall.wordpress.com/
A short biography of Charles Darwin
‘A Simple Guide to Evolution - a short history of ideas on evolution
'Unsung by Singers' this essay considers the physicist Richard Feynman’s lament that few people write poetry inspired by our present picture of the universe
A Flash of Golden Fire considers the love of nature with reference to a poem by Coleridge, travel writing by the explorer Mungo Park and a sci-fi novel by Philip K Dick.
Two poems: Darwin's doves and Wallace in a fever
Tidal Haiku illustrated by Hilary Griffiths
Anne Bryan biography
The Poet Chris Torrance
The copyright of the poems, prose, images and animation on this web site are the property of the authors. Stevie Smith's work is reproduced here by kind permission of the Estate of James MacGibbon. Stevie Smith's works, or any part of them, may not be downloaded, reprinted, or reproduced in any other form without the permission of the Estate of James MacGibbon who may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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