Guardian blog article on favourite religious poets: http://bit.ly/ab4k2Z
More info on the Cape Town City Ballet performance, with inspiration from William Blake: http://lifestyle.iafrica.com/whatson/2385501.htm
Zoapod 12: Blake’s Poems – The Lamb and The Tyger
This podcast provides an interpretation of two of Blake’s most popular poems from Songs of Innocence and of Experience.
This podcast is taken from chapter four of the Zoamorphosis Essential Introductions: Songs of Innocence and of Experience.
Guided tour of Blake’s lambeth to take place Tuesday May 4: http://bit.ly/9FyzgY
New posts on William Blake: Religion and Psychology – http://ramhornd.blogspot.com/
Fearful Symmetry playlist added to the Blake Disco: http://www.myspace.com/blakedisco/music/playlists/fearful-symmetry-non-1474664
Mike Westbrook’s band with Phil Minton performing “The Fields” and “I See Thy Form” from Glad Day at Toynbee Studios in late 2008.
Go to the next video from the William Blake Jukebox:
William Blake Jukebox is a collection of videos available on YouTube related to William Blake. View them all at http://www.youtube.com/user/WilliamBlakeJukebox.
Photo: Albion Rose, or The Dance of Albion (also known as Glad Day) exists as a separate print and also as… http://tumblr.com/xwo9b4xow
Not exactly quote of the day, just something I like: William Blake – Born 28 Novr 1757 in London & has died several times since