Alan Summers

History is the only true teacher.” - Rosa Luxemberg

Masters of Politiku

 
 

 

Zの文字が止まる 夏草
Summer grasses where the letter Z stops

Alan Summers

  running up that hill all the injustices winter sun

Alan Summers


Alan Summers turned up one day in London, England, and somehow left by the age of eleven months old, ending up on the other “Southside.” He currently lives in Chippenham. As an adult he founded Call of the Page, which runs various online and in person workshops, with Karen Hoy: www.callofthepage.org Alan also found himself filmed by NHK Television (Japan) for “Europe meets Japan – Alan’s Haiku Journey” and published in Japanese newspapers: “Astonishingly moving haiku” and “...as dry as vintage champagne” Yomiuri Shimbun (Japanese newspaper quotes 2002 & 2005). He frequents mostly with sparrows.

 

We don’t have the right to say we are tired of explaining. We must never stop explaining.

We know that when the people understand, they cannot help but follow us.” - Thomas Sankara


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