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20:45

Local

Brimming over with talent

sur in english

...formed by artist George Kowzan, poet and translator, Álvaro García, former editor of SUR in English, Liz Parry, and the newspaper’s current editor Rachel Haynes. In the art section, Kowzan, whose murals are now decorating numerous walls around Malaga, ... stressed the high standard of the work submitted, making the judging very difficult. “I had eight on my shortlist to get down to three,” he said, referring to the secondary works. Poet Álvaro García, who has translated poetry by writers such as Edward

17:34

LifeStyle

Different, but not so gloomy

Mark Naylor

...in to bomb their homes and their hopes. The revolution had failed and Spain’s wealthy landowners had not been overthrown: awaiting the poet was a “depressed and desolate” little town suffering under the Generalisimo’s grim dictatorship. Lee had ... that the poet’s own gloominess during his visit to Almuñécar affected what he saw there? In 1987, when the BBC was filming a TV adaptation of As I Walked Out in Almuñécar, Lee somewhat haughtily refused to return, describing the Andalusian coast as a

10:12

LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

One bright June morning in 1934, aged 19, Laurie Lee left his quietly bereft mother standing alone in the garden of their Cotswolds home and started an epic, life-changing walk. This young English poet had no money and had never been abroad before; ... expectations of his early years. But in late 1935, this wandering poet’s time in southern Spain was overshadowed by the threat of imminent war. Late one night, while Lee was smoking on a bridge over the Guadalquivir river in Seville, a young sailor approached

15:47

LifeStyle

Exploring the forests of consciousness

Tony Bryant

Matt Rivers is a singer, composer, poet and writer who describes his art as “exploring the forests of consciousness, time and space, while surfing the waves of thought, love and being”. Inspired by the poems and lyrics of Jim Morrison and Bob

12:14

LifeStyle

The lonely princess learns to tango

TONY BRYANT

Kukka will be taking part in Finland's 100th Anniversary of Finnish Independence, with a project in which she will put to music the poetry of famed Finnish poet, Edith Södergran, considered to have been one of the greatest modern Swedish-language poets.

17:27

LifeStyle

The birth of writer Miguel de Unamuno

Tony Bryant 29 september 1864

Born in Bilbao on 29 September 1864, Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo was a Spanish essayist, poet, playwright and philosopher. His most famous novel, Abel Sánchez: The History of a Passion, was considered a modern reworking of the Cain and Abel story.

19:01

LifeStyle

"All I wanted was to be myself"

REGINA SOTORRÍO

"I don't see myself as a mime, I'm a poet and a dancer," says Lindsay Kemp who, at 78, still feels the same impetus when he takes to the stage and puts on his show 'Kemp Dances', which will be coming to the Cervantes theatre in Malaga on Sunday.

12:16

Opinion

Other Malagas

IGNACIO LILLO

...roots. If you will allow me to paraphrase the famous quote by French poet Paul Éluard: there is another Malaga, but it’s in this one.

12:09

LifeStyle

“There wasn't anywhere like Torremolinos”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Shelagh decided to sell the bar and travel around Italy. The poet and lawyer Rafael Pérez-Estrada helped her with the sale of the bar. It ended up in the hands of another woman, Tina, who opened it as Tina's Bar. This establishment still remains today,

10:04

LifeStyle

Farewell to a legendary generation

TONY BRYANT music

poet, Leonard Cohen, died at the age of 82 in his home in Los Angeles. Cancer was the contributing cause. Cohen, considered one of the most influential poets of our time, received the Prince of Asturias Award for Literature in 2011. On Christmas Eve,