harbertonbob Bob Hill
He is increasingly involved in collaborative ventures and keen to explore further initiatives.
''A proven exponent of short-short fiction; the texts deal with the fantastic nature of the ordinary imparting an exotic dream-like quality, often overlaid with myth and traditional story-telling narrative''. They're also very, very short.
Publication of numerous poems, prose poems and short-short stories in literary 'small magazines', AND:
August 2012: exhibiting at TRAIL (Recycling Art In Landscape), Teignmouth and producing the longest Renga ever created at a recycling festival in Teignbridge (probably);
July, 2012: improvising 3 Word Prose Prose-Poems at the 'Voice Cafe'' event during Ways With Words festival, Dartington;
February 2012: my short-short story (A Tranquil Evening) featured on SoundArt radio - to listen, follow this link: http://www.mixcloud.com/soundartstories/soundart-stories-s3-ep3/
January 2012: my short-short story (song of the Season) selected for a 2011 international Short Story Anthology - follow the link: http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/three-million-stories/18798139
Autumn 2011: exhibited at The Art of Smallness exhibition at Harbour Arts Gallery in Kingsbridge, exhibiting the smallest collagraph ever made, by anybody;
Summer 2011: in collaboration with musicians and writers from Paignton and the South Hams to generate improvised music and words;
Summer 2011: exhibited at and produced improvised short-short stories at TRAIL recycling festival, Teignmouth;
June 2011: improvising Gothic Prose Poems at the Epicentre, Paignton Open Mic event (in anticipation of TRAIL 2011);
June 2011: in partnership with Bryce Dumont and Robert Garnham producing innovative improvised texts (http://soundcloud.com/epicentrebookcafe/sets/epicentres-first-music-night/) and subsequently broadcast on Soundart Radio 102.5 FM);
January, 2011: exhibiting at the Ariel Gallery, Totnes - with the TRAIL collective – revisiting his Timelines exhibition held at TAAG Gallery, Teignmouth;
July, 2010: improvising 3 Word Prose Prose-Poems at the 'Off the Page' event during Ways With Words festivale, Dartington.
View my website http://teignmoutharts.org.uk/
third week in January is as close to the new year as a writer needs to get to advertise a resolution: Keeping still. Keeping his back still so...
Thank you to the general public who came to see the TRAIL 2012 festival in Teignmouth. As a result the following Renga poem - a work to celebrate the ...
Bob Hill will be working with other artists throughout the summer at the TRAIL (Trail Recycled Art In Landscape) festival in Teignmouth. Based at t...
Following Bob Hill's appearance at the Voice Cafe at Ways with Words at Dartington on 12th July, the following are the three prose-poems improvisation...
emission/regression/ovate She slept fitfully for the weeks before her birthday. She grew pale, poetically white; she coughed quietly but regularly....
At the TRAIL 2012 festival in Teignmouth (August through to September), I asked members of the public to contribute to a Renga poem - a work to celebr...
telling tales: the persistence of memory (or what happens when Blue Peter meets Dada…) At the final TRAIL exhibition, Bob Hill is creating an art...
The Complete Caves of Devon Developed with the assistance of Epicentre (www.epicentrebookcafe.org.uk), Bob Hill has produced a podcast with a dif...
Trailing Poetry During August, Bob Hill will organise the longest Renga sequence of collaborative poetry ever produced at a recycling arts festiv...
Come along and see Bob Hill compose prose-poems at the Voice Cafe event at Way with Words at Dartington at 6pm. He will ask three members of the au...
The wheelbarrow market at Harberton was the result of a Transition Streets initiative.
An improvisation - June 2011 - involving Bryce Dumont, Robert Garnham and myself at Epecentre, Paignton
My introduction to an improvised performance at Epicentre's Open Mike evening - June 2011. (Audience members were asked to select 3 words at random fr...
The reading of the (4) improvised prose poems at June 2011's Open Mike evening at Epicentre, Paignton
An improvised ghost story at Epicentre, Paignton with Bryce Dumont - June 2011