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Camarade IV

Mass collab happenin in London today. Gonna be reading some of my train poems. Forwards and backwards. Collab with Claire Potter.

Yeah. Go London. Go Rich Mix. Go UK Poets!

It's gonna explode!

http://www.richmix.org.uk/whats-on/event/camarade-poetry-festival/





Camarade IV – October 26th 2013  2pm to 10pm ​​at the Rich Mix arts centre

The Camarade poetry festival is a unique and unforgettable one day explosion of dynamic collaboration in contemporary avant garde and literary poetics. 100 poets align in 50 pairs, each writing an original collaborative work, written specifically for the festival and premiered on the day. The 5th Camarade event, and the crescendo of the Enemies project’s first year, this ambitious exploration of the possibilities of collaboration in poetry will evidence the true width and depth of poetry that is happening now. 
Featuring:


​​​​Kirsty Irving & Jon Stone
Ahren Warner & Mark Waldron
Stephen Connolly & Emily Hasler
Chris McCabe & Tom Jenks
Carol Watts & George Szirtes
David Berridge & Mary Paterson
Chrissy Williams & Nia Davies
Giles Goodland & Alistair Noon
Ben Stainton & Nathan Hamilton
Sophie Collins & Rachael Allen

Sam Riviere & Joe Dunthorne
Becky Cremin & Ryan Ormonde
Deborah Pearson & Tamarin Norwood
Andy Spragg & Joe Kennedy
Ollie Evans & Robert Kiely
Stephen Watts & Will Rowe
James Davies & Philip Terry
Sean Bonney & Nick-e Melville
Tim Atkins & Jessica Pujol I Duran
Oli Hazzard & Caleb Klaces
Ryan Van Winkle & William Letford

Jeff Hilson & Fabian MacPherson
Robert Sheppard & Robert Hampson
Jack Underwood & Alex MacDonald
Ekaterina Paronian & Sophie Mayer
Sarah Crewe & Jo Langdon
Matt Dalby & Steven Waling
James Byrne & Sandeep Parmar
Matthew Gregory & Robert Herbert
Nathan Jones & Sam Skinner
Sarah Kelly & Gabriele Lebanauskaite

Mendoza & Nat Raha
Rhy Trimble & Harry Gilonis
Joel Shea & Ricardo Marques
Pascal O'Laughlin & Scott Thurston

Marcus Slease & Claire Potter
Daniele Pantano & Nikolai Duffy
Holly Pester & Emma Bennett
Tom Chivers &Amy Cutler
Marek Kazmierski &Wioletta Grzegorzewska
​Joanna​ Rzadkowska & Kristen Kreider
Christodoulos Makris &Kim Campanello
Zoe Skoulding & Ondrej Buddeus

Reza Mohammedi & Ana Seferovic

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