Leftlion Review

Ayup me ducks,

March has been very kind to yours truly. I did a feature slot at the awesome ‘Howl’ in Moseley, Birmingham & also did a feature set at The Hand-Job-Zine Anthology launch. There’s a review of the event below by the one & only Leftlion of Nottingham which is rather complimentary yours truly, give it a gander:

https://www.leftlion.co.uk/read/hand-job-zine-launch-at-the-chameleon

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Feb/March

It’s been a busy few weeks. I’ve another live video of my poem “ANYWHERE STREET DE1” which can be found below. I’ve also done interviews for both “Storge Music” and “Louder Than War” Which can be found in the Press section. There’s also a teaser poem from my forthcoming collection called “The Old Enemy” which was published on the “Hand Job Zine” Website, head over to the published section to take a look. I’ve loads of gigs booked in for the forthcoming months including a feature slot at “Howl” in Birmingham on March 8th. Head over to the Live section for more information.

Until next time people x

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Video

So I finally have a bit of live footage from “Poetry is dead good” in Nottingham a few weeks back. The piece is called: You, me, the moon & the train yard. Give it a whirl.

 

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Happy new year and all that jazz

Sorry I’ve been a bit slack with this of late. Life has simply gotten in the way.

I’ve had a busy few months which has included completing the first phase of the ‘Writing East Midlands: Write now sanctuary project’ which was has been an amazing project to be involved in.

I’ve also done a few shows here and there and had my first poetry collection accepted for publication (More news to follow on that).

I’ve hosted workshops at Sheffield Hallam university, Derby college, and Twenty-Twenty education so it’s been a very busy few months.

I’ve got loads coming up (and lots to be confirmed over the next few months) so keep checking back.

All the best and thanks to anyone who supported me in anyway last year!

J

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Happy National Poetry Day! Here’s a Free Poem!

Common sewerage problem

Start life in terraced houses; end up dead in one.

Like packs of rabbits, heads numbed, crushed by jaws of ravenous dogs,

Lack of movement enabled to feed uninhibited sex drives.

They all fall down:

Everyone, everywhere; all due to their own mis-invention:

Not everyone was born a rocket scientist.

Mental is everyone outspoken and devoted to equality,

Seek retribution in confession; come, fornicate with your local disloyal priest

Kiss the feet of Jesus for he loves you.

Change the channel for the commercial break:

Signals beamed through satellites- all converge to form the same lies—

Swallowed and shat-out in rugged, municipal vines:

Everything is done for the prosperity of the common person—

Diversion tactics employed by tactile puppets on Illuminati strings:

To be pulled whenever they please,

Common bleeds the sense,

To drip,

Then trickle,

Down to the sewers:

To flow beneath the feet of power

 

Copyright © J. Thrasivoulou 2016

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Word Wise: 30th September

30-sep-fb-event

Hi folks, Not long now until the first Word Wise! We have an excellent line-up for the first event featuring the excellent Andrew Mulletproof Graves, Joolz Denby, Matt Clegg, Sophie Sparham, Benjamin night plus many more! I’ll be hosting the night and there’ll be limited open-mic slots available on the door (First come, First served basis) for more info check out the Facebook event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1615681775389083/

I’m also doing a feature slot at “Poetical” this Thursday (22nd Sept) The event is below:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1115545018536462/

Speak soon folks

J x

Author: Jamie Thrasivoulou

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Gigs galore & Residency

A-up mi ducks,

It’s been a very busy time: I’ve countless readings/performances coming up so head over to the live/readings page to find out when and where!

I’ve also secured a position as the shadow-writer-in-residence for the Writing East Midlands:Write here-Sanctuary Project. This is a project aiming to support refugees and Asylum seekers in the facilitation of their own stories written in English. I’m ultra-mega-proper happy to be involved in such a wonderful venture and I’m looking forward to doing my bit to make refugees welcome here in Derby!

I also have some other amazing news but I’m not allowed to tell you that yet….

In the meantime check this, buy tickets and come!

https://www.facebook.com/events/275324729502452/

Also I’m performing at this

https://www.facebook.com/events/1629371534042050/

And this:

 

 

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Gig + Publication

Firstly a massive shout-out to Burning House Press for publishing a couple of my poems, 1 x really old + 1 x really new= massively honoured!

Check them out here:

https://burninghousepress.com/2016/07/24/2-poems-by-jamie-thrasivoulou/

 

Secondly Me and the excellent Benjamin Knight will be performing at a nigh of spoken word + poetry at the Maypole cafe, Derby on Sunday 31st July: There’s also some open mic slots available so get down for what promises to be a lively and entertaining evening. Check out the Event here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/116679705436204/

Get down, say hello,

until then ta-tar

J x

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Not so Popular

Massive shout out to “Not so Popular” for publishing my Brexit poetry on their Art against Brexit site, Check it out here:

http://www.notsopopular.com/artagainstbrexit-blog/2016/7/14/jamie-thrasivoulou

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News and Poems

Firstly I’ll be appearing @Fire and Dust in Coventry this Thursday (7th July) so come and say hello.

Secondly I’ve recorded a couple of new Brexit poems for you to get your eardrums into:

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