Author Archives: Antonia Alexandra Klimenko

Joel Lewis to Guest at SpokenWord Paris June 26th—Monday’s Theme: The Beat Generation

Joel Lewis’s latest book, My Shaolin, is a book-length poem that serves as a psychogeographic investigation of the southernmost portion of the New York Archipelago, Staten Island. According to poet/anthologist Trace Peterson “This commuter poem evokes big questions such as: … Continue reading

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Jennifer K. Dick to Guest at SpokenWord Paris June 19th—Monday’s Theme: Mechanics

Jennifer K Dick, originally from Iowa, resides in France where she is a Maître de Conférences (Associate Professor) of American Literature and Civilization at the Université de Haute Alsace, Mulhouse. She is the author of CIRCUITS (Corrupt, 2013), ENCLOSURES (BlazeVox … Continue reading

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Lara Azar to Guest at SpokenWord Paris June 12th—Monday’s Theme: Excuses

Lara is an American stand up comedian and writer living in Paris. She does stand up in venues all over Paris and runs a weekly late night interactive comedy show. When she’s not writing or doing comedy, she can be … Continue reading

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Update – there is a SpokenWord tonight (June 5th) but sadly Jude Cowan Montague has had to postpone.

Postponed: Jude Cowan Montague is an artist. writer and composer with a multi-media practice that crosses disciplines. She is active in new printmaking, installation, poetry, prose fiction, film history, vocal work and performance. She is known for her innovative work with international … Continue reading

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Nick Calderbank and Damian Corcoran to Guest at SpokenWord Paris May 29th–Theme: Friends/Hope Springs Eternal

NI NICK CALDERBANK is the founder member of the On Stage/Open Space theatre company and has produced plays by Shakespeare, Pinter, Ayckbourn and Mamet.More recently he has turned his hand to writing and last year wrote and directed the short … Continue reading

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Jamika Ajalon to Guest at SpokenWord Paris May 22nd–Monday’s Theme: Resonance

Artists Bio: jamika ajalon A disciple of the creative, I am inter-disciplinary artist who works with different mediums independently, but also in multiple fusions- incorporating written and spoken text, sound/music, and visuals. A nomad, I grew up in america but … Continue reading

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Emma Finet, Jennifer Karen, Pattie Martins to Guest at SpokenWord Paris, May 15th, in an Excerpt from Anton Bonnici’s play! Monday’s Theme: Erotic

Emma Finet was trained by Philippe Vallepin at the Conservatoire du Mans, and Lydia Alieksievna at Demain Le Printemps school (Minsk). After performing in short movies and web series, she went back to theater through the parisian burlesque scene. She co-created … Continue reading

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Fred Eyangoh to Guest at SpokenWord Paris May 8th–Monday’s Theme: Truth

Fred Eyangoh was born in Cameroon. 19 years later, in 2010, after he received a bachelor in management, he moved to France and joined the business school HEC Paris. While on campus, he joined the school’s Glee Club, the improv … Continue reading

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Mark Norman Harris to Guest at SpokenWord Paris May 1st–Monday’s Theme: The Waiting Room

Mark Norman Harris is a 29 year old Canadian artist living in Paris.  His work is based in performance, music and writing although he is an avid painter.   He studied religion and semiotics at the University of Toronto. Prior … Continue reading

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Paige Taggart to Guest at SpokenWord Paris April 24th–Monday’s Theme: Memory

Paige Taggart is from Northern California and currently resides in Brooklyn. She is the author of two full-length collections, Or Replica (Brooklyn Arts Press, Dec 2014) and Want for Lion (Trembling Pillow Press, March 2014) and 5 chapbooks, most recently … Continue reading

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