Author Archives: Danaghie

About Danaghie

- Born in Glasgow, Scotland -- Since 1992 in Germany --- Work as translator (German - English) and business coach ---- Write novels, short prose and poetry ----- Act as ventriloquist dummy for a struggling artist called Joe.

Not long now

Originally posted on laidbackviews:
We are approaching the two month point.  The vote will be soon.  There are some interesting things happening. The NHS is crucial, having been an independent body north of the border since inception back in the…

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George Bush the painter: product of political ideology

Originally posted on Slow Reader 1:
Picasso famously said: “It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.” For Picasso art was a way of life that was to lead to culmination in…

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Fallen First World War Poets: 1. August Stramm

Originally posted on Slow Reader 1:
In much the same way as Kandinsky broke with the confines of expressionist-style representational art to portray more abstract realities in his paintings and Schönberg fled the limitations of existing musical notation to create sounds that hang…

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