Invitation To The Dance

The hits just keep on coming! (And yes, I did write “Yummy Yummy Yummy I’ve Got Love In My Tummy”, and yes, I did write “Ferry Across Wellington Harbour To Eastbourne, Stopping At Matiu/Somes On Request”, which Gerry and the Pacemakers insisted on changing to “Ferry Across The Mersey” because it was more ‘relatable’.)

But this is a different type of hit – a dancefloor hit. A dance card, in fact, marked for me by Auckland poet, graphic poet, short story writer and novelist Rachel Fenton. It’s the latest stop on my blog tour. It is…

Tim to dance: Rachel Fenton interviews Tim Jones.

Previous Interviews

6 December 2011: Wellington poet Harvey Molloy talks with me about men, mid-life crises, art and politics: An Interview with Tim Jones.

1 December 2011: Dunedin poet Kay McKenzie Cooke talks with me about Southland, prose poems, and the fabled Gore High School jersey: New Zealand Writer Tim Jones Explains.

27 November 2011: Canberra poet PS Cottier talk with me about hard work, whether the male sex has a future, and Swannis: Of Poems and Men: Interview with Tim Jones.