Interview with Juleigh Howard-Hobson

Juleigh was kind enough to interview Christensen for Counter-Currents (here: https://www.counter-currents.com/2016/09/interview-with-paul-christensen/ );

here is an interview with her mainly about her poetry:

https://poeticaplace.wordpress.com/2017/06/14/coffee-with-juleigh-howard-hobson/

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Knut Hamsun’s Victoria

You could write off the title character as little more than a meagre strumpet,
Toying around with male affections like a sambo plays the trumpet.

But Hamsun, that master of the soul, turns it all the way around,
So Victoria’s character is revealed as something lambent and profound.

Hamsun’s Nietzschean contempt for the upper classes of his day,
Which would later lead him to favour the meritocratic NS way,

Caused him to parody decadent cucks in this early but excellent book
Written in 1898…lest his later views be mistook.

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The poetry of Juleigh Howard-Hobson

‘The Cycle of Nine’ is an excellent poetic work dealing with cycles, darkness, rebirth, with its titular cycle of nine poems forming the centrepiece of a riveting collection.

The poetess Juleigh Howard-Hobson has a unique gift for feeling inside nature, evoking its inner essences. This is poetry for a time when secrets long hidden emerge into the light of dawn (as is now starting to happen), and even hints at a return of the gods (‘Shield Wall’).

Recommended for “those who strain to see the rays of the Black Sun…”

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