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People Love War Data & Travels
Conversation avec Neïl Beloufa,
Benjamin Thorel & Olivier Lebrun
par Victoire le Bars / Baby What You Need

À l’occasion de la sortie de sa première monographie, babywhatyouneed invite l’artiste Neïl Beloufa ainsi que l’éditeur Benjamin Thorel et le designer graphique Olivier Lebrun.

Une conversation diffusée en direct du studio *Duuu, Folie N4/La Vilette

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10.12.18
Floodlight Poetry : Brazil / Larsen / Van Hensbergen
John DeWitt
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Conversation (94)
10.12.18
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“Revelation, Revolution” - Sarah Larsen (US), David Brazil (US)

READINGS
Poetry by Sarah Larsen (US), David Brazil (US), Rosa van Hensbergen (UK)

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DAVID BRAZIL
SARA LARSEN
ROSA VAN HENSBERGEN

A Radio Programm by John DeWitt, hosted by *Duuu on the 22th November.

David Brazil is a pastor and translator. His most recent book is Holy Ghost (City Lights, 2017). He lives in Oakland, California. He co-edited Revolution: A Reader with Lisa Robertson and The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater with Kevin Killian.

Sara Larsen is the author of The Riot Grrrl Thing (forthcoming from Roof Books, 2019) Merry Hell (Atelos, 2016), and All Revolutions Will Be Fabulous (Printing Press, 2014). She is also the author of several chapbooks including Riot Cops En Route To Troy and The Hallucinated, among others. With David Brazil, she edited over sixty issues of the literary zine TRY! from 2008 to 2011. She lives in the Bay Area. Her work is featured in Lyn Hejinian’s essay “The Sneeze: Oversignification, Protest, Poetry”.

Rosa van Hensbergen is a poet, performer, and researcher. She is undertaking a PhD at Cambridge University on movement notation and poetic language in the 1970s-80s, with a focus on Hijikata Tatsumi, Samuel Beckett, and Yvonne Rainer. She began writing, publishing, and performing experimental poetry in 2011. Since then, she has had four poetry pamphlets published; edited and published four editions of an experimental women’s poetry magazine (The Paper Nautilus) and published poetry pamphlets written by contemporary poets, under the name Tipped Press.

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