Author Archives: Antonia Alexandra Klimenko

Suzanne Allen to Guest at Spoken World online April 20th–Monday’s Theme: Home

Suzanne Allen was born and raised in Southern California, but she thinks of Paris as her home away from home thanks to the amazing writers she’s come to know there. While studying French as an undergrad in 2005, she stumbled … Continue reading

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David Leo Sirois to Guest at Spoken World online April 13th–Monday’s Theme: Freedom

David Leo Sirois was born in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada, & grew up across the border in Madawaska, Maine. His poems have appeared in The Poetry Village, The Sunday Tribune Online, The Opiate, Those That This, THE BASTILLE, The Bioptic … Continue reading

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El Habib Louai to Guest at Spoken World online April 6th–Monday’s Theme: Cages

El Habib Louai is a Moroccan Amazigh poet, translator, musician and high school teacher of English. He took creative writing courses at Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado where he performed with Anne Waldman and … Continue reading

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Carl Watson to Guest at SpokenWord Paris March 16th–Monday’s Theme: Beginnings and Endings

Carl Watson is a poet, fiction writer, playwright and critic. He currently splits his time between NYC and an old barn in the Catskill Mountains. He is the author of several books of fiction including, Backwards the Drowned Go Dreaming (Sensitive Skin … Continue reading

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Louise Fazackerley to Guest at SpokenWord Paris March 9th–Monday’s Theme: Orphans

Poet/prophet, Louise Fazackerley, follows Orwell, bringing her Glass Arc Tour from Wigan to Paris. Fresh from supporting punk legend Dr. John Cooper Clark, with work rooted in word-witchery and the working class, Louise is exploring the synergy between poetry and … Continue reading

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Chris Burke to Guest at SpokenWord Paris March 2nd–Monday’s Theme: Separation

Chris Burke is an English-Irish writer and journalist whose debut collection of poetry, The Noise of Everything at Once, was published by Happy House Books in 2017. His work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in magazines including Antiphon, Southword, the … Continue reading

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Cecilia Llompart to Guest at SpokenWord Paris February 24th–Monday’s Theme: Mythology

Cecilia Llompart is the author of The Wingless (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2014), and her book-length poem, Wild Vespers, was a semi-finalist for the Fall 2017 Black Lawrence Press Chapbook Competition as well as a finalist for Verse Journal’s 2016 … Continue reading

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Matt Jones to Guest at SpokenWord Paris February 17th–Monday’s Theme: Power

Matt Jones is a Veteran and storyteller who has published prose and poetry in Arc, F(r)iction, and other places. He runs a monthly writing workshop at Shakespeare and Company, and edits prose for Paris Lit Up Magazine. Today, Matt is … Continue reading

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Regie Cabico to Guest at SpokenWord Paris February 10th–Monday’s Theme: Lovers

Regie Cabico is a spoken word pioneer having won The Nuyorican Poets Cafe Grand Slam and taking top prizes in three National Poetry Slams. Television credits include 2 seasons of HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, Tedx Talks, NPR’s Snap Judgement & … Continue reading

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Malik Crumpler to Guest at SpokenWord Paris February 3rd–Monday’s Theme: Artificial

  Malik Ameer Crumpler is a poet, rapper, composer, music producer & editor that’s released several albums, glitch art films, five poetry books & one book of raps. He’s a poetry editor/ co-host with Paris Lit Up,  editor-at-large of The … Continue reading

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