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Forthcoming events and current news

Networks and Interactions: IRCAM Paris

Thoughts around my online collaborative writing events. Also with Frédéric Bevilacqua, Samuel Bianchini, Marta Handenawer, Hugues Vinet. Hosted by IRCAM Reserach Centre, Paris. Free online access

Creative Research workshop starts now!

I’m super excited and eager for this workshop. Get an idea of it by listening to this very short audio intro. Places available! https://www.solitarysolidary.com/future-equipped

Art Practice Mentoring

These individual sessions provide a great and tailored oportunity for your creative output and development. Refresh your writing and art practice. Unpack what holds you back. Deepen your focus. We work in your timezone. Email me here with any queries.

Practice Conversations

STARTS 9 Feb’22. 9 participants. 3 Months. Bring your project and challenges to this engaged small group process for practitioners of all kinds. Shape your ideas in a supportive and timely environment. Use language, make art in a world of changes. Explore models, strategies in dialogue. Incl. 2 individual sessions. EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT UNTIL 11 JAN’22. Don’t hesitate: contact me here with any queries.

In Conversation with Erín Moure

Erin and I will be reflecting on our writing practices. Preceded by short readings. Info and registration here. Free.
Hosted and curated by Sandy Pool, U of Winnipeg. The Jake MacDonald International Writers Panel.

SONOSCURA: Released!

HOW DO I GET FROM A TO B
Written, created and produced during the Spring 2020 lockdown.
Sound design Jamie Hamilton.
Special Release on Cafe Oto’s digital label Takuroko.

Night & Refuge 2

Still availble to view in full: Writing live across languages with these great poets/performers:
Edwin Torres, Jessie Kleeman, Mandla Rae, Erin Moure, Gunnar Waerness.
3 hours.

Collective Poesy

The disruptive pleasures of Alisoun Sings. A review by Charles Theonia. Oct 2020. Jacket 2

Shine in! Shine out! Tribute Edwin Morgan

Electronic piece created for the year-long show celebrating the Scottish poet’s life and visual work through new pieces.
Edwin Morgan Foundation & National Poetry Library, London.

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