Marc Latham comedy fantasy, poetry and memoir books: Amazon for Paperback/Kindle and Smashwords for other Ereaders.
Creative Writing, Journalistic articles, Poetry, Video:
Although wind turbines kill thousands of birds a year the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) consider climate change a greater threat to birds than wind power. Making one wonder once again about New Labour's ignoring of child-grooming while they were in government promoting multiculturalism: Greenygrey blog
Photos of Osterfjorden, a steep-sided fjord boat-trip alongside Europe's biggest land-enclosed island north-east of Bergen: travel25years
Nature tells us stories every day. We just have to interpret and understand them. Marc Latham's new Folding Mirror poem tries to create poetry out of nature's mystery: mirror poetry
YouTube video: Dolphins swim alongside, under and in front of catamaran, with a dolphin calf rolling and looking up through a sparkling sea surface: Pilot whales and dolphins
Marc Latham's Barcelona travel article, framed around the city's joyous March marathon, and submitted before the Boston marathon tragedy, published on Travel Thru History
Marc Latham's March - April 2013 artistic Barcelona photo collection on: emorfes
Marc Latham March - April 2013 interview on: The Dan O' Brien Project
All in the mind, or beyond our reach? 242 Mirror Poems and Reflections looks for answers from the edges of our space and time knowledge, and then processes it through the mind into mirror poems.
During eleven years of further education Marc Latham researched, wrote and proofread large amounts of text to deadlines; and presented material both visually and verbally.
Marc has now been working as a freelance writer for over five years, and is confident that he can provide a number of services to a satisfactory level: from blogging to book writing.
Marc's love of writing is inspired by a thirst for knowledge, progression, equality, escape and creativity.
For me, the concept of the GreenyGrey encapsulates the dominant natural colours of the British landscape, with the land predominantly green, and the mountains, rivers, sea and sky usually grey.