October 11th: Joint Reading with Ivy Writers: Lars Palm, Anna Arov, Megan Garr, Kate Foley, Sarah Ream, & Jane Lewty.
Oct 11th, 19h00 for 19h30, Le Next, 17 rue Tiquetonne (M Metro Etienne Marcel/ RER Les Halles).
For up-to-date information, browse the Ivy Writers blog.
Lars Palm lives in Malmö. He has been publishing poems for 20 years & chapbooks for 10 years in Sweden, the USA, Canada, England, Scotland, Italy, Australia & Japan. His fb01;rst long book road song for was recently published by corrupt press. With his lovely wife Petra he had a photo & poetry exhibition & published two online chapbooks. He translates to & from Swedish, English & Spanish, sometimes as a part of the translators’ collective, & now small press, Kompassros. Poems of his have been translated into Spanish & Japanese. He might also say that he runs a small ungovernable press, works way too much for way too little pay, & enjoys cooking & travelling.
I’ve (fb01;nally) posted recordings of Poets Live on June 28th, with Suzanne Allen, Colin Herd, Meghan McNealy and Rufo Quintavalle. Just click on Recordings, at the top.
The recordings from June 14th, with Pierre Joris, Sylvia Mae Gorelick and Miles Joris-Peyrafb01;tte, are now online here (or click “Recordings” above).
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If you'd like to know what's happening in the anglophone poetry and prose communities here in Paris, browse the Paris Readings & Events listing. If you're interested in polylingual open mic, there's Spoken Word. There are many other reading series, including the bilingual Ivy Writers, Double Change and Pause on the Landing.