Hauntology seems to describe the zeitgeist of our times — the sense of futures lost, almost as if we are becoming conscious of parallele universes, split away from ours by decisions and turning points large and small. It’s there in nostalgia for decades gone by. It’s there in our turning back towards landscape and pastoral. […]
Cinnamon Press :: small miracles from distinctive voices
There’s wonderful buzz to hosting a launch and particularly when the poetry being read bears witness to our humanity and to the full range of questions that confront us as a result. As the Zoom audience listened to three extraordinary poets, Frank Dullaghan reading from in the coming of winter, Mick Evans reading from light […]
Acts of radical kairos
In a world in which our time, our bodies, even our sleep is increasingly colonised by mass media, social media and corporations, tiny independent presses like Cinnamon and many other inventive publishers offer something different. Our courses are restorative and inspiring, our books are a way to lose yourself in other worlds and connect with imagination and exquisitive language, our events are ways to take your own time to listen and connect.
Kairos is the Greek word for ripe time, for those moments when we feel our connections to all life, rather than chronos, always being on the clock in linear chronological time.
Curl up with a Cinnamon book, relish a Zoom event full of story or beautiful imagery, join us for a course or mentoring or send us your work through the literary awards or Leaf by Leaf, and make some time for an Act of Radical Kairos with us.
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