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Mary Millington’s eventful life has been the subject of poetry before, but now Tangerine Press is bringing out a strictly limited edition chapbook of Mary-themed poems. Entitled The Column Inches, the collection is written by London-based Tim Wells. Tim is … Continue reading
On 30 August 1979, just eleven days after Mary’s death, another celebrated blonde icon also died in tragic circumstances. The beautiful, boyish Jean Seberg was an American actress most famous for her film debut as Joan of Arc in Otto Preminger’s 1957 movie … Continue reading
Today – 19 August 2013 – marks the 34th anniversary of Mary’s death, aged just 33. “It is not length of life, but depth of life.” (Ralph Waldo Emerson) Rest in peace, Mary.
Southampton-based writer Andrew Jordan recently contacted me with regard to a poem he had composed, which references Mary. Andy says that the poem, entitled Inside Mary Millington, is it “not so much about her, as infused with her presence.” You … Continue reading