Raphael Slepon, founder of FWEET, on annotating Finnegans Wake.
Waywords and Meansigns extends its offering of musical adaptations of Finnegans Wake
Sara Jewell, of Waywords and Meansigns, interviews a Canadian Visual Artist. Joyce aficionado Robert Amos has had a copy of Finnegans Wake since 1969. One of Victoria’s best known artists talks frankly to us about Finnegans Wake, decorating the entirety of the James Joyce Bistro in Victoria, British Columbia, and writing out (by hand) one of …
His prose is in fact very poetic, very much attuned to the melody of sound.
‘What’s all this talk about ‘Ulysses’?…’Finnegans Wake’ is the important book.’ – Nora Joyce, 1941.
Riverrun, the theatrical tour de force based on the final section of Finnegans Wake, devised and performed by Olwen Fouéré, in making the choice to dramatise the Liffey rather than the characters offers an unexpected but very clarifying innovation…
Riverrun, an adaptation of the last section of Finnegans Wake, by Olwen Fouéré, had its genesis in Sydney in 2011….