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Malik Crumpler to Guest at SpokenWord Paris January 16th. Theme: Paradox

Malik Ameer Crumpler is a poet, rapper and music producer that’s released several albums, short films and five books of poetry.He founded the literary journals: Madmens Calling, Visceral Brooklyn and Those That This. He is the new curator/ host of Poets Live, Paris. Crumpler also wrote several musicals, ballets/arias commissioned by … Continue reading

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Autumn leaves by Sabine Dundure

A selection of moments, snapped by Sabine Dundure, downstairs au Chat Noir…

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SpokenWord Paris awarded Best Writers Community 2016 by The Expatriates Magazine.

Thank you all voters and non-voters, all members of this community.  

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Halloween took October away. Some pictures to remember it.

Photos taken by Sabine Dundure during October, Au Chat Noir, on Mondays.

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A new season has started: Snaps by Sabine Dundure

After the summer break a new season opened: our 10th year, as an urban legend says. Hot it’s still hot, and besides the classical shyness of every September, crowded already. These are just a few moments captured by Sabine Dundure. … Continue reading

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June at SpokenWord Paris: Highlights by Sabine Dundure.

This gallery contains 46 photos.

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May, June, Inondations…

As our friend Peter Deaves reminds us, the Seine never made it to Belleville, not even in 1910. Not even to Oberkampf. We are safe here in this underground bunker. We don’t need to move our masterpieces somewhere else as … Continue reading

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April, May, SpokenWord 1, 2, 3 and 4. Through the lens of Sabine Dundure.

April has gone, spring is lost, winter is not dead. These pictures of Sabine Dundure portray the dark light of a basement, some velvet curtains and lots of spokenwanderers who gather there one Monday after another. A birthday song, some … Continue reading

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March has gone. Memories from a basement.

Welcome April. March has gone. So many memories. But in case you forgot we still have a monthly selection of Sabine Dundure‘s pictures, so that when you’ll be old enough you can show your grandchildren how it was in Paris, … Continue reading

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Monday Feb 1st: our theme is “Tall Tales – Excuses” and our guest David Jaggard!

David Jaggard is an American-born-Paris-based composer, humorist and translator. Guess which of those three activities pays the bills. Between paying bills and yelling at Republicans on TV as though they can hear him, he writes a biweekly humor column called … Continue reading

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