Arts and Culture
Projects and Publications
VALA, The Journal of the Blake Society
January 11-13, 2022
An international conference on the reception of William Blake
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A comprehensive guide to Blake's life and his written and artistic works
The Journal of The Blake Society
A magazine with articles, poems, stories and new art inspired by Blake
Blake Bites and more
A collection of videos about William Blake
From the Collection: Blake and Science Fiction and Fantasy
William Blake has been a significant influence on a number of science fiction and fantasy authors. Here are a few titles from my collection.
A Moving Illustration of William Blake’s Mythology
Lesley Wilber presents an extraordinary visual response to Blake's mythology of the Four Zoas.
Blakean coordinates: an interview with Chris McCabe
In the pre-pandemic days of winter 2019/20, London was alive
Blakespotting: Inside No. 9, Last Night of the Proms
Series 6 of Inside No. 9 has been available for
FIVE AUGUST BLAKE WALKS 2021
New River Press presents a new series of Blakean walks
Ghost-conversations with William Blake: an interview with Sophie Herxheimer
Multimedia artist and poet Sophie Herxheimer loves to place herself
In conversation with John Higgs
A new post on my YouTube channel in which I
‘Opposition is true friendship.’
‘Opposition,’ says William Blake, ‘is true friendship’. So opens the
William Blake, urban shaman: an interview with Niall McDevitt (ft. a bonus Blakean poem)
A relative newcomer both to London and to the world
In interviews, Blake seems to come readily to Morrison's lips. He demonstrates a basic acquaintance with famous lines from
Songs of Innocence and of Experience
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
- Tristanne Connolly: "How Much Did Jim Morrison Know About William Blake?"
Like Blake, I have lived in London all my life and therefore feel a deep affinity to some areas that are part of my own lived history.
- Louisa Albani interviewed by Caroline Anjali Ritchie
For some commentators, it is this engagement with Blake which leads Maud into her deep obsession, but in truth Maud doesn't really understand Blake at all.
- Jason Whittaker, Visions of Saint Maud