A brief summary about David:
David William Parry is a poet, critic, dramaturge, lecturer, actor and a priest of the Goddess Nerthus. Born in Portsmouth, England, in 1958, he moved to London in the early eighties. After graduating in Religious Studies from Kings College KQC, London, he continued his theological research at Heythrop College, London. His doctoral thesis is currently being rewritten due to the inspiration of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen.
By profession, David teaches contemporary English literature, drama, language and semantics. As an established poet and practicing Heathen, he has given poetry readings, delivered lectures, offered sermons and performed public blots across the United Kingdom, as well as Europe, since 1996. Also, he has published a number of reviews, experimental essays, and theological comment pieces, along with two critically acclaimed prose-poetry collections, “Caliban’s Redemption” (Mandrake 2004/ Finatran 2011), and “The Grammar of Witchcraft” (Mandrake 2009). At present, he is in the process of completing two new works, “Deconstructing Mount Athos” (published spring 2015 by Traditions of Moscow) as well as "William Wordsworth and English Wicca".
The Grammar of Witchcraft (Mandrake Press, 2009) “A haunting conceit” – Iain Sinclair.
Caliban’s Redemption (Mandrake Press, 2004). Reviewed London Magazine by Richard Rudgley.
Introductory Essays - The Botanist Monsieur Jordan and The Sorcerer-Dervish Mastali Shsh (Play), The Pyramid Theory of Marriage (Tony Gulvin)
Articles - Through The Woods (literary journal), Psychic World (periodical newspaper), TEAS Magazine.
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