Arvon 2013 Covers Night List

12 Jan

Arvon 2013 – Covers List

Anne:

‘This Be The Verse’ by Phillip Larkin

‘Motherland’ by Jo Shapcott

 

Debs:

‘The Same City’ by Terrance Hayes

‘Song For A Spent 100w Bulb’ by Jacob Sam La Rose (From ‘Breaking Silence’)

 

Raisa:

‘Dressed As For A Tarot Pack’ by Peter Redgrove

‘Condition Of Isis’ (poet unrecorded – if anyone can find it, let us know)

 

Ioney:

‘The River Of Girls’ by Tishani Dashi (From ‘Everything Begins Everywhere’)

‘Empires’ by Douglas Dunn (From ‘Fifty Strong’)

 

Laura D:

‘Gardenia’ by Jasmine Mans

‘Life and Death . . .’ by Gia Carangi (Laura notes that Gia is not a poet – she seems very interesting. Where do we find the poem Laura?)

 

Anita:

‘Bone’ by Warsan Shire

‘Ugly’ by Warsan Shire

 

Josh:

‘Since Feeling Is First’ by E. E. Cummings

‘The Christening’ by Simon Armitage

 

Hayley:

‘Daddy’ by Sylvia Plath

‘9 Reasons For Throwing A Cat Into A Wheelie Bin’ by Caroline Bird

 

Matt:

‘Little Red Cap’ by Carol Ann Duffy (From ‘The World’s Wife’)

‘Mersey Crossing’ by Imtiaz Dharker (From ‘The Terrorist at my Table’)

 

Bea:

‘Gaustic Soda’ by Liz Houghton

‘Bone’ by Saga Nobuyuki

 

George W:

‘Love Poem’ by John-Frederick Nimms

‘The Apple Incident’ by Ted Hughes

 

Jim:

‘Yarmulkes & Fitted Caps’ by Aaron Levy Samuels

‘The Stranger Manuel’ by Catie Rosemurgy

 

Maresa:

‘A Helping Hand’ by Miroslav Holub (From ‘The Fly’)

‘Zone Of Silence’ by Ezeslaw Milosz

 

Honey:

‘The Cinnamon Peeler’ by Michael Ondaatte

‘Wildnights’ by Emily Dickinson

 

Unknown:

Underground, Pure Hustle – Kate Potts

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: