Hesterglock / Poem Brut @ SPIKE ISLAND

May 5: Hesterglock / Poem Brut @ SPIKE ISLAND
w/pop-up art exhibits, the making of a communal cut-up art poem, films, mass participation readings, interactions, performances, books for sale
with Sarer Scotthorne / Christian Patracchini / Isadora Vibes / David Turner / Vik Shirley / Peter Jaeger / Camilla Nelson / Clive Birnie / Lizzy Turner / Andrew Wells / Liz Zumin / Bob Modem

at Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX.
from 1.30 – 5.00 FREE ENTRY. A Spike Island Open Studios event.

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Dostoyevsky Wannabe goes to Bristol

Saturday 28th April.

Cat No: DW-412 Rough Trade Bristol, 2:30pm-4pm FREE
Event Type: Dual Dostoyevksy Wannabe book launch plus readings
Cities Guest Editor[s] (Bristol): Paul Hawkins

INFO: Official launch of BOTH Lou Ham:RAS and Dostoyevsky Wannabe Cities: Bristol. Featuring readings/work from: Sarer Scotthorne, David Turner, Vik Shirley, Clive Birnie, Lizzy Turner & Paul Hawkins (Lou Ham: RAS).
Two books on sale: Lou Ham: RAS by Paul Hawkins AND Dostoyevsky Wannabe Cities: Bristol [Edited by Paul Hawkins] both published by Dostoyevsky Wannabe.
Also, obviously Rough Trade records, books, + DW Bristol Cities pamphlet (contains work by all readers) & Lou Ham:RAS on sale

EVENT NEWS: All sorted. People of Bristol (and beyond), why not come along on the 28th April?
Location Details/Address: Rough Trade Bristol, 3 New Bridewell, Nelson Street, Bristol BS1 2QD
Drinks: Coffee, beer, soft drinks available to buy from Rough Trade cafe and bar.
Food: Nah

https://www.dostoyevskywannabe.com/cities/dw_cities_bristol

Synapse International

Great new journal of visual poetry HERE, guest edited by Philip Davenport and featuring:

 

New Poem Talk – David Antin’s ‘War’

PoemTalk #123, a conversation about David Antin’s “War” (a talk-poem performed six days after the start of the second U.S. incursion into Iraq in 2003) with Jerome Rothenberg, Ariel Resnikoff, and Diane Rothenberg. The Rothenbergs also discuss Antin’s legacy and describe their friendships and collaborations with him across seven decades.
PoemTalk is collaboratively a project of the Kelly Writers House, PennSound, and the Poetry Foundation.