Monthly Archives: November 2011

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Spoken Word Report 21.11.2011

Crowd. Willkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome to Spoken Word Paris. Thanks Troy. Mandoline opens, Jo plays the piano this time, James Navè having light issues (that’s my fault). David reading Pity le pauvre parisien: Who d’you think you are, Johnny Halliday? Patrick. … Continue reading

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Next SpokenWord: Monday 28th Nov at Le Chat Noir

Host: David Place: Le Chat Noir, 76 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011 Métro Parmentier/Couronnes/Oberkampf Sign up from 8pm in the bar Poetry begins 9pm… underground

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Report from Spoken Word Paris 14 . 11 . 2011

By Alberto. We are changing venue every monday. Tonight we are downstairs au Chat Noir. We’ve been there before but was faraway more violent. I have a deja vu, let’s see how it was: when Writers get Violent. This time … Continue reading

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Report from SPOKENWORD 7.11.11

…featuring Emma McGordon, Lucy Hopkins, Benji, Sandeep, Leemore and many others. Pity les pauvres Parisian men with gold teeth, fight off your father’s idea of a cuddle,  search for your reflection in a bucket of silky oil,   your heart punctured.If you’d … Continue reading

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SPOKENWORD 14th November

Host: Alberto Place: Le Chat Noir, 76 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011 Métro Parmentier/Couronnes/Oberkampf Sign up from 8pm in the bar Poetry begins 9pm… underground

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Halloween SpokenWord

David, photo (c)  Jean-Alain Le Borgne Halloween began with B’s scary whispering Nevermorrrrrrrre, Poe’s The Raven. Me reading my translation of Poison (or possibly, The Fish) by Baudelaire. Georgina’s Little Red Riding Hood chomping on her grandmother’s thigh, while the … Continue reading

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Pity le pauvre Parisian

Sens d’humour excised at birth but schooled in ridicule. Langage distorting the mouth. Monkeys with Mick Jagger lips condemned to a permanent pout. With their enunciated phrases from Molière, their superior aristocratic scowls. – Who d’you think you are, Johnny … Continue reading

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