Issues 6&7 Audio Page

Alexander ‘Woody’ Woodward

On Humanity

 

Woody read Classics at Royal Holloway, University of London where he wrote stand-up, acted in plays, and read poems in ancient languages. He is an Artistic Associate of By Jove Theatre Company, for whom he has written, edited, performed, and made tea. During the day he spends his time in a classroom full of 8-year olds who think him weird but quite pleasant. He has been writing poetry for five years, and performing it for six months.

Shadwell Smith

Fish Out of Water

 

Shadwell Smith is a performance poet who scribbles on Post-It notes and tropical fruit. He likes to wear man-made fabrics and isn’t afraid to use the odd cultural reference. His poems have appeared in Snakeskin, Ink, Sweat and Tears, London Grip, Prole and Message in a Bottle.

Three poems by Kamikawa

An Ending

 

Hot Sex Sun

 

Body Talk

 

Kamikawa (born Tristan Coleshaw, 1984), is a poet, singer/songwriter and blogger. His poetry has been featured in Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, his music with pop group WIRED was featured on BBC3’s Upstaged, and his collaboration with the band Intrinzic was released by Changing World Records. Follow him at www.kamikawapoetry.wordpress.com/. You can read these poems in the print version of LP 6&7.

The next three poems were performed after the recording of LP Podcast 4:

Jason Pilley

Writer’s Block

 

Jason Pilley… hopes to one day do something worth bragging about.

David Turner

[haiku]

 

David Turner
2&1 with liquor and plenty of chilli vinegar. peabody avenue, old pye st, (the) walworth rd.
it was flat at one point, really fucking flat.
john dickson.
i tried to stand still once. i tried so hard.
hating poetry so you don’t have to.

Two Poets, One Mic (Jason Pilley & David Turner)

Issue 4 Audio Page

Five poems by Ariel Fintushel

do you sing the koke-ee-oke-ee

 

dear sean

 

Paradise

 

Duet Poem

 

the sweet red horse

 

Ariel Fintushel has been recently published by Everday Genius, The Occupy Anthology, Enizagam, and Red River Review.  She posts comics to 10humanfingers.tumblr.com.  She has just moved to LA from NYC and is trying to find her footing.

Issue 3 Audio Page

Three poems by David Turner

[jack and jill]

 

[biscuits]

 

[identity]

 

2&1 with liquor and plenty of chilli vinegar. peabody avenue, old pye st, (the) walworth rd.

it was flat at one point, really fucking flat.

john dickson.

i tried to stand still once. i tried so hard.

hating poetry so you don’t have to.

 

You can hear more at soundcloud.com/david-turner-poetry

Issue 2 Audio Page

The James Worse Public Address Method

Totterplomb

 

I’ve been performing my spoken word pieces as the James Worse Public Address Method for around four years – since the birth of my twin boys, when I discovered a love for reading aloud to a (captive) audience. The name James Worse was suggested to me by the poet Billy Childish during a trip to a small island off the west coast of Scotland.

Issue 1 Audio Page

Three poems by Chris Baughan

Father

 

Peter Andre

 

Fickle

 

Chris Baughan is 23 and from North Yorkshire. He has just finished a teacher training course in Hull and is about to start a teaching job in Jersey. Although he unveils his father in this poem, in reality he is his unrivaled hero.

Three collaborations between Bob Beagrie (poetry) and SJ Forth (music)

Wolfling

 

Hell’s Island

 

Dindsencha

 

Bob Beagrie lives in Middlesbrough. Recent publications: Yoik (Cinnamon Press 2008) The Seer Sung Husband (Smokestack Press 2010), Glass Characters (Red Squirrel Press 2011), KIDS (Mudfog 2012). His work has appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines and translated into Finnish, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish, Karelian, Estonian and Swedish. He is a senior lecturer at Teesside University.