The above title/quote is one of the comments left in the guest book from last night’s event. To answer: Dragon’s blood is a resinous red pigment, and you can probably buy it at the alchemical and extremely helpful art shop L. Cornelissen & Son near the British Museum.
I have a hunch that Eleanor Crook may have asked – she and Dr Anna Maerker joined me in a discussion following dramatic readings from Opera di Cera last night at the Gordon Museum of Pathology. It was a pleasure to blend expertise from Anna (an historian,) Eleanor (a wax-modeller,) and highlight lines from my poems – lines that had been inspired directly by their work.
Curator Bill Edwards oversaw the evening, and we welcomed over 60 people into the galleried, vaulted…
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