Throwback Friday, Morning Whispers, by Ivor Steven

'Morning Whispers' is a poem I wrote from under the shelter of my courtyard verandah, back in June (winter) 2018 .. Morning Whispers whistling palms visions of calm looking up and over my verandah roof above, neighbouring windbreak trellis through the whispering a drooping willow tree sheltered aside by dark-green cypress pines beyond their leaf's … Continue reading Throwback Friday, Morning Whispers, by Ivor Steven

An Article by my niece Kerri Costello, Forwarded by Ivor Steven.

A WORLD APART, SIDE BY SIDE IN HEART March 29, 2021, by Kerri Costello It has been a REALLY long time since I have written anything here, but I figured what better time than now. Tomorrow, my Aussie Uncle Ivor’s book, Tullawalla, will be released which includes illustrations of mine!! Actually, since he’s in Australia, the … Continue reading An Article by my niece Kerri Costello, Forwarded by Ivor Steven.

“Who Hears Me”, by Ivor Steven, up at Spillwords

I am thrilled to announce the publication of my poem ‘Who Hears Me’ at Spillwords Press today, and would like to thank the team at Spillwords for their continued support of my poems. Please go and visit their fabulous magazine, by clicking on this link >> https://spillwords.com/who-hears-me/ and maybe click-on the like 🤍 button for me.. Who … Continue reading “Who Hears Me”, by Ivor Steven, up at Spillwords