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Kathy Acker In Dalston

A benefit at Dalston’s Rio cinema in 1988 with plenty of poets, as well as Julian Clary as the excellent Joan Collins Fan Club, on the bill alongside Kathy Acker. 16 more words


Port Eliot 1984

The Port Eliot festival, the Elephant Fayre as it used to be called, reviewed in the NME, 11 August, 1984.
Great to see Surfin Dave getting in there.


Radical Poetry In The 80s

Suprisingly things aren’t much different today, despite the interweb, Roundhouse Poetry Collective, and grime. The situation for radical poetry is discussed in this Marxism Today… 936 more words


Poetry International '84

There’s a lot of talk about how mainstream poetry is nowadays, but back in the 80s we were covered in national music papers, to a predominantly non-poetry audience. 41 more words


A Stroller Built Like a Bentley

Finally! A freaking stroller that takes design seriously. Like, really seriously. Joolz is the brainchild of some serious Dutch designers who found it necessary to create a stroller that parents deserve. 653 more words


Early Days Of Open Mic

The NME, 5 February, 1983, reports on an early open mic festival