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garside

Email: stevegarside@hotmail.com
Web: http://www.stevegarside.co.uk
Updated: Wed, 15 May 2013 09:08 am

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I am a painter, poet and published writer from Rochdale, Lancashire. I facilitate creative writing sessions Publications 23rd June 2009: Car Wash - http://www.rainycitystories.com/ November 2009: 'Here' (Whispers on the Breeze, United Press) May 2010: 'The Chairs' and 'Exegesis' (The Strand Book of International Poets Anthology 2010, Strand Publishing, London) May 2010: 'Forecast' (Other Poetry Magazine, North East) Aug 2010: Poster poems project, MMU, Manchester - (displayed on Manchester’s buses and train stations). Winter 2010 - The Tower Journal, USA, 'The Paper Trees', 'Peaches', 'Delicate', 'Light', 'The Oldest Trick'. http://www.towerjournal.com/ Winter 2010 - The Spleen Magazine, UK, 'the old Lie', 'The Mills Are Dead', 'Helicopters', 'Tin Foil Gerbil'. http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/spleen/14257879 Winter 2010 - Dragonheart Press Online Journal, UK, 'Dereliction', 'Advent', 'Leave'. A Million Ways to Measure the Sun - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Million-Ways-Measure-Sun/dp/144661431X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1303456254&sr=8-1 Welsh Poetry Competition - The First Five Years, Ponty Press 2011 - 'the 2154 of this land' Other Poetry - Series Four number 4 - 'Fallout Room' Other Poetry - Series Four number 6 - 'Internal' 'Das Auge Im Eis' - lulu 2012 http://www.lulu.com/shop/steve-garside/das-auge-im-eis/paperback/product-20139440.html The Poetry of War and Peace Wrixton/Blurb 2012 - 'Das Auge Im Eis' Words on the Wind of Change - Wrixton/Blurb 2012 - 'Forecast' Best of Manchester Poets Volume 3, Puppywolf 2013 - 'Cotton Sonnet' Twenty Two Zine Issue 4, 2013 - 'Chase', 'When' http://www.sgarsideartworks.blogspot.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/stevecgarside?gl=GB

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Tacheles Dim lit, arms out into voids of thought - even the windows are considered art. Here there's welding out back; shouldered by buildings East and West. In that moment of breath We provide this staircase I love you more than any wall removed or colour doted canvas revealed.

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David Blake

Wed 6th Feb 2013 19:38

Thanks for your welcome to WOL and your kind words on 'The Dream at the Party'.

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Cynthia Buell Thomas

Sat 29th Jan 2011 17:37

Steve, sorry I missed Sale Waterside last Tuesday. I was in hospital.

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Philipos

Sun 23rd Jan 2011 15:15

Hi Steve - many thanks for commenting on 'Alarm' I do appreciate your views and acknowledge being remiss and unconventional - best regards

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Daniel Hooks

Mon 3rd Jan 2011 14:27

cropped the quiet room like you said it does work well i have made it into a song http://soundcloud.com/alienpoet/the-quiet-room-becomes-loneliness

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John Darwin

Mon 20th Dec 2010 11:19

cheers Steve, I am hoping to witness the Garside step-away tonight

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Laura Taylor

Mon 13th Dec 2010 09:27

Hi Steve

Cheers for your comment on Blood. See your points, but as it's a haiku, the 'cold air' is there to represent a season. I could lose the 'the' on that line by using something like 'frozen' instead - something that would give me the two syllables lost with 'the cold'.

Course, I could just rewrite whole sections of it and change it from a haiku to a 'normal' poem. Am intending to rewrite a few of them anyway :)

Cheers again

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Philipos

Sun 12th Dec 2010 20:11

Hi Steve - thanks for commenting on the Abbey Road poem - line markers do make a difference don't they much obliged for that - just checked out your recent one 'Untitled' and saw how well it works there - read your biog too -awesome

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shoeless

Fri 10th Dec 2010 11:22

re kissed , yes you are right , and this month is the first month i am beginning to see how to link ideas together in a poem ... watch this space i guess , :)

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shoeless

Tue 7th Dec 2010 21:23

thankyou for taking the time to read and comment on all my work :)

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Larisa Rzhepishevska

Sun 3rd Oct 2010 19:38

Hi, Steve! Thank you so much for the comments on "Indian Summer" and for a good advice. Much appreciate it. With warmest wishes, Larisa

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Cynthia Buell Thomas

Mon 26th Jul 2010 10:42

Congratulations on your recognition in the Welsh Poetry Competition!

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winston plowes

Mon 12th Jul 2010 22:34

hi Steve, for no real reason other than ambling through the lanes of the internet I hav had a relaxing time looking at your costal views paintings .Night view 1 being my favourite. I think I will retire within the sound of the sea... both tonight and in old age. toodle pip. Win

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Ann Foxglove

Fri 5th Mar 2010 18:38

Hi! Thanks for commenting on Mapping. I know what you mean about some of the phrases but I was trying to make what is a cliche when applied to the landscape something new when applied to a human body. That was the idea anyway. But I may think of an alternative.

Ieuan Cilgwri

Wed 20th Jan 2010 00:03

I love your sermons... in a patriarchally received way :)

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Ann Foxglove

Sat 2nd Jan 2010 22:35

Thanks for your comments on my HD poem. I agree with what you say. As so often, I rushed to put the poem on. Have turned breath into breathe, which is what it was meant to be. I think my problem is that my poems jump into my head then right onto the page without me thinking much about them! Nice to get such a lot of caring feedback! xx

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John Darwin

Fri 2nd Oct 2009 08:47

Steve, thank you for the comments on my poem 'the daylight comes with me' - appreciate you taking the time to consider it closely. I see your point and I did think about the repitition of 'charm' at the time but, as is my tendency, I thought 'fuck it' and left it as it was!! Lazyitis.

thanks again
John

Janet

Sun 27th Sep 2009 10:49

:-)

thanks very much for your considered response to my comment. It's really very informative. :-)

Janet.x

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Chris Dawson

Thu 24th Sep 2009 22:57

Hi Steve,
Thanks for your suggestions on re-writing my recent blog - I read it through, briefly, and liked some of your ideas, but when I looked again for it - it had disappeared. If you have a copy, I'd appreciate it, if that's possible?
Talk soon,
Cx

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Sophie

Sat 1st Aug 2009 14:28

Night rain over rochdale is really great - I love little poems like this. x

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Francine

Mon 13th Jul 2009 05:07

Thank you so much for your input Steve...
Yeah, I chose 'In the darkness of night' for the dual meaning...
When I wrote this, my inspiration came from a past dream and a current situation...
Will look at it again... I appreciate your time.

Francine x

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Gus Jonsson

Sun 12th Jul 2009 11:25

Hey up Steve,
Thank for all of your encouraging critique and edit advice, I think thatsa great improvement.

Great to hear from u.
Many Thanks
Gus

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Mon 29th Jun 2009 11:13

Hey Steve I read Circle last night, loved the rhythm of it, it really rattles along towards the end, Images coming thick and fast... liked it lots... shoeless said tho that I would have to quick to comment on it as you take stuff off pretty quick too... as I said last night tho... I am Sloooooooow lol

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chris stevenson

Sun 21st Jun 2009 22:19

...howdo steve..many thanks for the comments on 'my father'..it was written in couplets, all ending on different words to those seen here. I'd copied it from 'word' and every time I tried to paste it into the 'blog' area the lines came out 'double spaced', in the end I moved all the lines about until they were more compact, pressed all the buttons and it suddenly 'pasted' in as you see it..so I left it alone !!..nevertheless it was very astute of you to realise it doesn't look right....I will take in your ideas, not having aired my poems much until now...thanks...chris.

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Augusta Darling

Sun 14th Jun 2009 20:30

Steve many many thanks for taking the time to read my poetry, your suggestions demonstrate a great deal of experience which I am lacking and I will be editing along the the lines of your suggestions very soon
Thank you so much.
Augusta x

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Noetic-fret!

Thu 11th Jun 2009 16:35

Hi steve, thanks for your comments on The Feminine Beauty. The way you have restructured the poem is something i have been trying to achieve. Thats exactly the way i like to structure the poems i often write, but, have had no training and forming the structure thus is something that i can now try to employ. Thank you for your help. Be well blue.

MIke
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winston plowes

Thu 11th Jun 2009 08:59

Hi Steve. thanks for reading and commenting on Oil and Cheese / Chalk and Water. Win

yoshi riot

Thu 9th Apr 2009 22:43

Hi steve...Yes i wish to perform! More than anything! Do you have some info for me please? And would you mind if i tagged along with you some time?....Yosh(shane)

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Anthony Emmerson

Sun 15th Mar 2009 21:29

Hi Steve,
Thanks for looking in on "The Gift." Seamus Heaney eh? Now I know you're winding me up!
Enjoyed your "Soliloquy". It has a surreal, semi-comatose, opiate induced feel of drifting off - which I hope is what you intended. I liked the repeat at the end; adds both emphasis and rhythm.
Regards,
A.E.

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shoeless

Sat 14th Mar 2009 11:55

you know i like your work , sometimes i find it too hard to comment directly though .

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David Franks

Thu 15th Jan 2009 11:07

Just enjoyed "Matese", Steve.

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