Posts Tagged ‘sam berkson’
Full video of a 15minute set of my Ridley Road Market poems performed live at Ace Hotel, Shoreditch, London on 18th September 2014 for Local Transport event, introduced by Michael Salu.
“Stephen: (He taps his brow) But in here it is I must kill the priest and the king.” – Ulysses, James Joyce
1. On this 5th November at the Victoria, 451 Queensbridge Road, Dalston, E8 3AS, we are preparing a night of poetic fireworks in solidarity with regicides everywhere. So from 8pm, we have two talented spoken word artists for you:
It’s 150 years of TfL this year and because National Poetry Day is on Thursday, TfL have placed a number of my poet-friends around London tube stations this week to entertain some commuters and (yet again) to encourage better behaviour on the undergound. Despite being a poet who lives in London and who has published a whole book of poems about travel and transport, I never got round to applying for the role so I won’t be one of them, but good luck to them and check them out if you can. Instead, I thought I’d take this opportunity to offer my own advice on how we could improve public transport. Read the rest of this entry »
Food is prepared with genetically modified soya bean oil.
We can only please one person per day.
Today is not your day. Read the rest of this entry »
Do we trust the fates too much to believe
this lead will hold?
Could half-perfect Halfpenny’s half-freakish, half-time miss
be the code for the way this will unfold?
Nerves seem to have got the players too.
Bodies fly into bodies round the fringes of the breakdowns.
an overcooked kick, a pass spilt
a rolling maul driving headless into touch
and then relief. Read the rest of this entry »
First they came for the disability benefits…
Keep calm and carry on!
Or was that first?
First, didn’t we have unprecedented levels of stress, Read the rest of this entry »