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More from Tears in the Fence Poetry Festival

The latest footage from Andrew is of Jennifer K.Dick, introduced by David Caddy, and Chris McCabe.

… a tour de force of explorative poetry … intense and exhilarating …

Poetry

Axis is

As far as contemporary poets go, I think that Chris McCabe is quickly becoming one of my favourites. Following a short intro, McCabe goes into a wonderful reading of his poem, Axis is, which was written about the July 7th bombings in London. 45 more words

Poetry

Chris McCabe's Speculatrix (Penned in the Margins, 2014)

The apparatus of capital, sexual intrigue, notoriety and death, and the City of London echo through the taut and visceral musicality of the sonnets that are at the heart of Chris McCabe’s… 565 more words

Books

Chris McCabe: Speculatrix

DATE & TIME
Thursday 27 November, 6.30pm

VENUE
The Priory Church of St John
St John’s Square
Clerkenwell
London EC1M 4DA

TICKETS
Free but booking is essential as capacity is very limited and if you turn up without a reservation you will not be admitted. 228 more words

Tom Jenks

New McCabe/Jenks collaboration

The sixth collaboration between Chris McCabe and Tom Jenks is inspired by Marcel Duchamp and can be found here. As with the previous five, this collaboration is for SJ Fowler’s Camarade project. 26 more words

Tom Jenks

UP//RISING

UPRISING was my favourite reading of 2014 so far and will be hard to top. Here are the details:

Radical poetry in Liverpool
at News from Nowhere News From Nowhere Radical & Community Bookshop… 234 more words

The Place to Bury our Martyrs

For human geographical and historical reasons Paris unlike London has a wealth of cemeteries within the bounds of the city proper. Huge expanses of prime development land surrounded by concrete and given over to the deceased. 926 more words