Video: me performing "GCSE" at the Word House →
Thanks to Amy Stratton for the vid. October 2011.
South East London Zine Fest: The Read Horse Spoken... →
The Read Horse writers’ collective will be curating a room at the South East London zine fest, 12 November 2011. I shall be Master of Ceremonies. There will be amazing illustration/fiction/poetry interfaces LIVE using OHPs and other cutting edge-technologies. There will be cake. And hot cider. Really buzzy, exciting scene full of talented and interesting people. And at the Amersham Arms,...
Novemberesidency: Bang said the Gun. Every... →
I have my very first poetic residency, thanks to Dan Cockrill and the gang. I shall be appearing at Bang (at its usual home, the Roebuck SE1) in a little slot each week in November. Do come along- line up includes Jem Rolls, Simon Munnery, Rachel Rose Reid & Rubix collective.
Read Horse Submission 12: Bones
From the Read Horse issue 12. Topics were Cider, Trains and Skeletons. To view on the website: http://readhorse.morekasia.co.uk/?p=944 One day I’ll be a pile of bones And so, indeed, will you And so will he and she and him (and her over there too) And if they dig them up These bones And if they scan and label Will they know who I was? Will they one day be able to carbon-date and know my...
Read Horse Submission 11: Jeremy Kyle
For the Read Horse’s 11th issue. Topics were Alarms, Statues and Cheating. This started laid out as a poem but Paula felt it worked best as punchy prose. See it online at http://readhorse.morekasia.co.uk/?p=915 He’s a skinny little rat-faced man in double denim, squirming in the chair under the studio lights. The audience have only heard her side; they boo and jeer and he looks sullen,...
Next Gig: open mic at The Wordhouse, 15 Oct 2011 →
Popshot: the "Love" issue. You should buy it and... →
Popshot: the "Love" issue- out now. Sneak PDF... →