Monthly Archives: September 2015

How to get published (in The Bastille lit. journal)

Think of this as the Jesse jigsaw issue. We are hoping for poems and prose that fit together like a strange jigsaw of vibrant, arresting images or moments of lives. The connections will emerge by chance. To link the jigsaw … Continue reading

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Beth Jervis – guest performer 28th Sept

Beth is from Alsager the North West of England. She was born in 1985 and grew up between England and France. She has a BA in Art History and moved to Paris in 2008 where she gained a few years … Continue reading

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Spoken Word Paris “Photographs”: C’est la rentrée!

Well, we’ve been here every Monday through the summer season, but you know, there’s this rentrée feeling all over Paris so, welcome back, or welcome to Au Chat Noir brand new spokenworders! Here you have some photos by Sabine Dundure, … Continue reading

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Deborah Bogen guest poet Monday 7th Sept

Deborah Bogen’s three books of poems are “Living by the Children’s Cemetery,” “Landscape with Silos” and “Let Me Open You a Swan.”  Her young adult novel “The Witch of Leper Cove; was published in 2014. Theme – Photographs  

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Entrez DADA! An evening of disruptive and provocative poetry, performance & music!

  Au Chat Noir 8 septembre 19h30-23h with many accomplished performers including Antonia Alexandra Klimenko, Henrik Aeshea, Fork Burke, Nina Zivancevic, David Barnes. This is the Paris launch of Maintenant 9 – a journal of contemporary DADA writing & art.

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