Author Archives: Antonia Alexandra Klimenko

Steve Dalachinsky to Guest at SpokenWord Paris October 23rd–Monday’s Theme: Success/Failure

steve dalachinsky (in my words and not his) is a an American treasure. Active in the poetry, music, art, and free jazz scene, his work has appeared extensively in journals on & off line  He has written liner notes for … Continue reading

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Andy Phillips to Guest at SpokenWord Paris October 16th–Monday’s Theme: The Unspoken

Andy Phillips is a poet, screenwriter, actor, and director. He hails from Louisiana and is currently based in sunny Los Angeles after many long New York City winters. This summer he published New York, a collection of poetry reflecting on … Continue reading

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Prince Emagine to Guest at SpokenWord Paris October 2nd—Monday’s Theme: Life Lessons

Prince Emagine, a contractor by day and multi talented artist by night in the boroughs of New York. Born In Baltimore, Maryland, but raised in the diverse cities of Georgia where he picked up most of his talents. He has … Continue reading

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Sandra Sarala to Guest at SpokenWord Paris September 25th–Monday’s Theme: Saying Goodbye/ Leaving/ Parting

Sandra Sarala is a singing performance poet, journalist, bookmaker, copy editor, permaculturist, and actor, with a sideline in archaic East European folk song. She left Aotearoa-New Zealand mid-1997, shortly after working with Alan Brunton and Sally Rodwell’s Red Mole’s Roadworks … Continue reading

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Jude Cowan Montague to Guest at SpokenWord Paris September 18th–Monday’s Theme: Foreign Films

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 news agency … Continue reading

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Alison Koehler to Guest at SpokenWord Paris September 11th—Monday’s Theme: Transparent

Alison Grace Koehler is a poet, painter and maker of stained glass. Her work in these mediums is interconnected. She has written cultural reviews for the Copenhagen Post and contributed to research at The Scottish Stained Glass Symposium and Trust … Continue reading

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Oto Cronopio to Guest at SpokenWord Paris September 4th—Monday’s Theme: Sounds of Silence

Oto Cronopio, 35 years old, from Nicaragua, writes poetry mainly in french and spanish, but sometimes also in english, portuguese or italian. Participates since three years in many poetic events in french, english and spanish communities (spoken word, Plu, open secret, Angora poets, … Continue reading

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Nupur Saraswat and Kate Black-Regan to Guest at SpokenWord Paris July 31st—Monday’s Theme: Sisters/Brothers

Nupur Saraswat is a passionate stage performer, who brings an electric energy on stage along with her bold words. Her volatile words and performance style has been praised by the most sought-after lyricist of Bollywood – Javed Akhtar with whom … Continue reading

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Zoe Besmond de Senneville to Guest at SpokenWord Paris July 24th—Monday’s Theme: On the Horizon

Zoé is a French actress and poet born and raised in Paris. She has studied acting from Paris to the USA and made her film debut with Marina de Van and Denis Lavant in the adaptation of Thumb O’Neil for … Continue reading

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Ben Aleshire to Guest at SpokenWord Paris July 17th—Monday’s Theme: Strange/Strangers

Benjamin Aleshire is based in New Orleans, and travels the world as a poet-for-hire, composing poems for strangers on a manual typewriter. His work is forthcoming in Iowa Review and Boston Review, and he was recently featured in El Mundo, in … Continue reading

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