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…
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.