I explore the stunning beauty of the World's First Garden City with camera and pen.
Where is Letchworth Garden City?
An Homage to a Dream - with Poems and Photos.
"I am trying to find a... More > dream and a new life.
Where are you?
And Letchworth, what are you?
You are not town, and you are not country either...
Why can't I touch you?"< Less
This is an artistic exploration of how a war destroys family structures.
'Family Machines' turn into 'Floating Islands', drifting across the world. We also learn why the 2nd and 3rd generation can... More > still be marred by a war long past.
An easy to understand description of refugees' experiences.< Less
Poems are like chocolates.
You never know what’s inside. You can choose the dark piece, or the white chocolate with the sugar-coated almond on top, but you’ll not know what delights... More > await you until you put them into your mouth and let them mellow and melt on your tongue.
Treat this poetry selection like you would a box of chocolates: pick and choose according to your mood and, whether pleasantly bitter or sweet, enjoy!
The author writes feminist-romantic novels and political Science Fiction. She is painter and a sociologist and lives in Germany, England and Ireland.< Less
This project was inspired by a visit to Kew Botanic Gardens in London.
I became aware of all the different textures in a garden.
Stones, wicker fences, pebbles ... and the plants - not a uniform... More > green but a firework of shapes and all shades of green.
I am also interested in boundaries - what creates them and how to cross them.
So in some photos I begin to look at this aspect, too.< Less
Walthamstow Village in East London was in the Domesday book. It's old, it's delightful and there is a real community feeling here. This is my very own 'I love you' booklet to this delightful place.... More > And there is not one 'inner city' London photo in sight.
38 pages, colour photos< Less
BLUE MOON is about the life of a very successful lawyer in the City of London. She treats men as they treat women - she uses them as objects to satisfy her sexual needs.
She has to decide about an... More > important career move - up the ladder of course. She has a few weeks off to do so, a nightmare for her, a workaholic.
So she picks up a homeless teenager and offers him shelter in her flat. She doesn’t even bother to get to know his name.
She never regards his presence as a threat, and while she reflects on her life, on scars she received from men, and plots her special kind of revenge, the situation becomes dangerous - for both of them.
The author says: "I indulged in the imagery of love, hope and dreams. This is a woman’s book for a cold winter's night. Buy some chocolates and snuggle up with Blue Moon'.
I promise you dark delights and pleasure!"< Less