Monthly Archives: May 2009

Report from Yes/No 18th May

Troy’s The Butcher of Belleville: Troy’s art was on show at Eglise Reformé de Belleville. Most of it on the theme of the Persecution of the Menonites. Troy, the church’s janitor, a position he was headhunted for, says he is … Continue reading

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More photos from 18.5.09

The Hand & Ichi: Therese: Troy & his painting: Ellen Adams, come back soon: Audience photo:

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Clip – me, David Barnes! reading poems by Will Staple and a mysterious other poet

Will Staple’s poems Fate and Much More Trouble from his book The One That Got Away

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Clip – The Hand 18.5.09

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Photos + poem from Fear, 04.05.09

Xander as Masked Featured Reader… his story, Another Thing Coming, is currently being considered by a magazine so isn’t yet available. But other pieces of his are accessible through his blog http://pont-des-arts.blogspot.com/ Fear of Bird Flu by Trudie Shannon I … Continue reading

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Cartoon by Inès

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The Guardian newspaper describes Culture Rapide & mentions us!

Culture RapidePoetry slamming, where poets compete against each other by reading original works for judgement, originated in Chicago, but is now taking Paris by storm. Culture Rapide offers slam poetry nights in French every Tuesday, and English every other Monday, … Continue reading

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Télérama review of Culture Rapide

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Clip – Rufo – Invisible Hand Job

from Touch 20.4.09

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Report from Touch 20.4.09

A most strange night. Lorris and Anastasia (don’t they look pleased with themselves?) demonstrated their Instant Translation Device. One of its translations came out as ‘Lorris likes sex with hamsters.’ John McNulty asked ‘Who’ll drink?’ I was wounded by tenderness. … Continue reading

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