Tag Archives: Stephen Bone

A pre-Christmas ramble

My double life requires me to switch from working in advertising agencies, back to picking up the threads of my creative life and vice versa. My most recent agency stint was with a lovely crew at DDB Remedy in London, … Continue reading

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The magnetism of the mise-en-scène

In The Cinema by Stephen Bone, published by Playdead Press I bought a copy of In The Cinema at the end of last year, and find these poems have lingered in my mind longer than most. It was the careful mise-en-scène in … Continue reading

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