Monthly Archives: July 2007

A New Suit by Neil Uzzell

Last week I bought a new suit.I’ve only worn it once,but I think if I put it onIt could start wearing me. So it hangs there,in the closet.gathering dust. Before I bought it,I stood there in the dressing room mirror,staring … Continue reading

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Breaking for the summer

Last Spoken Word… jusqu’à la rentrée.Thanks all who came – a cracking night. Maybe Conor’s last one too as he’s off to Korea. Who will forget his audience-participation rendition of Poe’s The Raven? Poetry in 5 languages last night which … Continue reading

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Bitter Valentine by David Barnes

Last year I sent you flowersBut this year – none of that crapThis year I sent youA Venus Fly Trap You gave me your heartNow you’re asking for it backWell I’ve cut it into piecesAnd I’ve fed it to my … Continue reading

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4th July

A cracking night, thanks all who came for making it that. Over two hours of continuous poetry and song, broadcast by phone to Norma in the Alps – we should put one of these nights out as a podcast. Naomi’s … Continue reading

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Photos from 4th July reading

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