nov. 2, dusie poets in london

Some Dusie poets and friends are reading in London
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dusie>

Dusie Kollektiv <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dusie> & Friends: A Poetry Reading

Friday Nov. 2, 7.30

The Apple Tree <http://gkpubs.co.uk/pubs-in-london/apple-tree-pub/>, 45 Mount Pleasant

London WC1X 2AE.

Nearest Tube Chancery Lane or buses from Holborn and King’s Cross

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Readers:

Jennifer K Dick

Giles Goodland

Linus Godwin-Slug reading for Harry Godwin

Jeff Hilson

Sarah Rosenthal

Carol Watts

Jennifer K Dick is the author of Fluorescence (2004) & Circuits (2012)
as well as 3 chapbooks, including Tracery (Dusie Kollectiv 5, 2011) and *
Betwixt* (Corrupt 2012). She lives in France where she teaches at UHA. She
curates the Ivy Writers Paris bilingual reading series in Paris &
co-organizes the Ecrire L’Art French reading mini-residency in Mulhouse.
She is a poetry editor for VERSAL magazine out of Amsterdam & a regular
book reviewer for Drunken Boat (USA) and Tears in the Fence (UK). Her
blog ishttp://jenniferkdick.blogspot.com

Harry Godwin has had 2 children since leaving London. His press, Arthur
Shilling, is on a hiatus & he’s not produced much work either. Coincidence?

Linus Godwin-Slug was born on 16th September. He keeps chickens, grows
beards, rears slugs, lives in Devon, lives in London, travels to
Northumberland, home of the Angles. Since being separated from his
moustache, his feet haven’t left Devon, except for a disastrous foray into
Cornwall, where his sideburns were nearly ripped off. His moustache now
roams the land, seeking opportunities and upper-lips to read poems.

Giles Goodland was part of two Dusie Kollektivs. One of them, ‘from Gloss’
later turned into Gloss, from the Knives Forks and Spoons press. His most
recent book is The Dumb Messengers from Salt.

Jeff Hilson’s recent publications include stretchers (Reality Street,
2006), ed. The Reality Street Book of Sonnets (Reality Street, 2008), *Bird
bird* (Landfill, 2009) and In The Assarts (Veer, 2010) and he is
currently working on a sequence called Organ Music. He teaches Creative
Writing at Roehampton University, London and runs the reading series Xing
the Line.

Sarah Rosenthal is the author of Manhatt*e*n (Spuyten Duyvil), *The Animal
* (Dusie), sitings (a+bend), not-chicago (Melodeon), and *How I Wrote
This Story* (Margin to Margin). Her book of interviews, *A Community
Writing Itself: Conversations with Vanguard Writers of the Bay Area*<http://www.acommunitywritingitself.com>, was
published by Dalkey Archive in 2010. She serves on the poetry jury for the
California Book Awards, teaches in the University of San Francisco’s MFA
program, and writes curricula for Developmental Studies Center in Oakland,
California.