Experimental poetry in Manchester

Amy Cutler video from The Other Room June 2015

The Women of Visual Poetry edited by Jessica Smith

with Michelle Detorie, Gillian Devereux, K.S. Ernst, K. Lorraine Graham and Sheila Murphy & an afterword by Maureen Thorson

LINK to free pdf

Ed Dorn and Jennifer Dorn book launches

With readings from Jennifer Dunbar Dorn, Kyle Waugh, and Sean Bonney
Celebrating the publication of Edward Dorn’s Derelict Air: From Collected Out. Jennifer Dorn’s new book Eastward Ho: The Saga of Vitus Bering will also be available.
6.30 for 7pm Thursday 2 July
at ENITHARMON — 10 Bury Place, London WC1A 2JL
Derelict Air gathers over 400 pages of Edward Dorn’s previously uncollected poetry gleaned from ephemera, correspondence, and notebooks housed at numerous archives in the USA and UK.
Entry is free, but it will fill up so you MUST reserve your seat:
PHONE: 0207 430 0844

Peter Hughes video from The Other Room June 2015

Peter Hughes launching his translations of Petrarch

Rhys Trimble: a preview

The next Other Room takes place 8th July at The Castle Hotel, 7.30 and as always is free. The event is a special edition featuring 6 Welsh poets. See the poster in the middle column for more details.

Rhys Trimble is one of the performers and will make his second appearance at The Other Room. Lots of things can be trimbled at Rhys’ website – LINK

zimZalla 030

Badges landscape

zimZalla object 030 is Modernist Jewellery by Rachel Sills, classics of modernist literature in the form of oblique button badges. More at the zimzalla site.

Launch reading in London

Tuesday, July 7, 7.30 pm
Peter Philpott, Pete Smith, Simon Smith
at The Apple Tree (upstairs room), 45 Mount Pleasant, Clerkenwell, London WC1X 0AE
Simon Smith is the author of five full-length collections of poetry, the latest is 11781 W. Sunset Boulevard from Shearsman. Half a dozen just like you (Oystercatcher) and Navy (Verisimilitude) are the first two volumes of a ‘trilogy’; the third booklet, Salon Noir, will appear from Equipage in the autumn of 2015. Presently, he is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Kent.
Pete Smith, born & raised in Coventry, emigrated to Canada in 1974. After a long detour returned to poetry in the late 1990s. Has published poetry with Wild Honey Press, Poetical Histories, Great Works & Oystercatcher among others; reviews & essays in Agenda, The Gig, The Paper, The Capilano Review, Crayon & elsewhere. He has given readings at the Kootenay School of Writing & at the final CCCP in 2006. His first full-length collection, Bindings with Discords, was published by Shearsman in February 2015.
Peter Philpott ran Great Works Press and magazine in the 1970s, the now largely quiescent Great Works and websites in the 2000s – active online now with Innovative Poetry Readings in London webpage, blogging serial poems ( & proudly attending Writers Forum Workshop – New Series. He’s launching Ianthe Poems (Shearsman)


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