Tag Archives: Tsunami

His Grief is the Plague

‘His Grief is the Plague’: Poetry of Loss and the risk of losing one’s readers by: Michael R Jacklin University of Wollongong, Australia Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts – Papers. The link below provides an interesting Journal article published by the University of Wollongong – Australia; Literary Studies 28.4 (2013), and written by …

Paint the Sky With Stars

Paint the Sky With Stars was my first published book, the edition is now out of print and due to the subject matter and social interest the book passes hands for high sums of money. Original copies are deposited with the British Library and Durham University Library. The book was reviewed across the country in …

2004 – Boxing Day Earthquake and Tsunami

On the 26th December 2004, a 9.1 – 9.3 magnitude Earthquake ripped through the Indian Ocean when the Burma and Indian plate subducted. The result was a series of devastating Tsunamis with waves as high as 30 meters. It was one of the deadliest natural disasters ever recorded killing 280,000 people in its wake. In response Humanitarian …