WOODMINSTER.net established 2012
woodminster.net (established 2012) is a website covering the work of RIC CHEYNEY
an AGRARIAN MISANTHROPE, WRITER, CRITIC, SONGSMITH and WOODLAND GARDENER
There is not any haunt of prophecy, nor any old chimera of the grave, neither the golden underground nor isle melodious where spirits gat them home, nor visionary south, nor cloudy palm remote on heaven's hill, that has endured as APRIL'S GREEN ENDURES. Wallace Stevens.
Click on the Goodreads link to find Ric's reflections on "the world of Books, Writing, Words, Publishing and, you know, stuff like that". https://www.goodreads.com/riccheyney
July 9th 2021
RIC REVIEWS RACHEL LONG IN THE LAKE
The latest (July) issue of The Lake carries Ric's review of Rachel Long's debut collection, My Darling From The Lions. Rachel's work has already created a lot of impact and she is a rapidly rising star in the poetry world. Click on the link to find Ric's review and to see the other delights in John Murphy's webzine which has become a well established part of the poetry landscape in the UK and worldwide.
July 1st 2021
RIC'S ILLUSTRATED ESSAY
CHOSEN FOR EARTH PATHWAYS DIARY
Ric’s short illustrated essay, 'Tales From Poplar-Graphic Oceans' has been selected
by EARTH PATHWAYS DIARY for their 2021 edition.
The Diary launches on July 24th, so we do not yet know exactly where Ric’s article,
first published in 2018 by Butterfly Conservation, will be placed.
Click on the link to check out the Earth Pathways website.
'MY STEPFATHER' PUBLISHED IN PERMACULTURE WORKS
Ric's poem, 'My Stepfather' appears in the latest issue of Permaculture Works, the journal of the Permaculture Association. The journal, edited by Dan McTiernan, is distributed to Association members. If you are not a member (yet) you can also find this poem on page 21 of In Praise Of Nahum Tate, Ric's book of selected writings.
Click on this link to connect to the Permaculture Association website.
May 1st 2020
using the reference: ISBN 978-1-83859-070-3.
LEFT: the front cover of Ric's book features artwork by Julie Foley.