Author profile: Revd David William Parry

Revd David William Parry is an award-winning theatre director, producer, author, poet and Valentinian priest. He gained his BA in Religious Studies from King’s College London, and MA in Pastoral Theology from Heythrop College, University of London. Currently, he is completing his D. Philos at Aarhus University, as well as his fourth book, Catholic Libertarianism: Essaying Giordano Bruno’s Ideal. His published works include two poetry-sagas, Caliban’s Redemption, and The Grammar of Witchcraft, while his main theatrical performances, as Director, comprise The Botanist Monsieur Jordan and The Sorcerer-Dervish Mastali ShahShakespeare: A Comedy in Ten Scenes, both Serious and Tragic; as well as Shakespeare Tonight. His work often explores the interplay between religion and conceptualist theatre, with a particular focus on unlimited semiosis in morality dramas.

Politics, Poetry and Ezra Pound

Revd David William Parry • Jun 19 2019 • Articles

One of the many ‘luminous details’ ushering Ezra Pound’s admirers behind a politics borne from grief into balladries of transcendence.

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