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Despite his talent, Juan Miguel admitted he didn't think spoken word poetry would be a career for him.
JLJ: Slam poetry is the competitive art of spoken word poetry in which a mode of genres, styles, and forms may exist.
Last weekend, Doha got a taste of Atiq, "the first female Emirati spoken word artiste and slam poet", at Words & Strings, an evening of spoken word poetry and music at Katara Art Centre (KAC) where 17 performers delighted an audience of around 100.
Working with North East writers Rowan McCabe, Fred Phethean and Bob Beagrie, the students wrote spoken word poetry, beat-boxing and rap.
At only eighteen years old, Kev Evan is inspired by Synth-pop, Spoken word poetry, and Rap, along with many Rock mechanics.
O2 Academy, tomorrow, doors 7pm (over 14s only), tickets PS25 MUsiC THEATRE Jess Green & The Mischief Thieves Humorous performances with a social conscience, examining everyday underdogs affected by public sector cuts with their stories told via passionate spoken word poetry. The Mischief Thieves provide the soundtrack.
In assembling HBO's "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck," director Morgen used new and previously unseen archival footage --including Cobain's Super-8 movies, his spoken word poetry and autobiography, his sculptures, his photography and his sound design pieces--to reveal a more "humanistic portrait" of Cobain.
About 500 guests packed into the town hall for a night of music, spoken word poetry, singing and dancing.
Meanwhile, you may not have heard of spoken word poetry but the genre, which typically blends poetry, rap and hip hop (though not always, because I am technically a spoken word artist and I'm more hip op than hip hop) is finally hitting the mainstream.
For lovers of contemporary Arabic literature REDZONE will stage "Spoken World," an evening of spoken word poetry, featuring Egypt's Aly Talibab, Tunis' Ghazi Frini, Lebanon's Mazen El Sayed and Palestinian Jordanian Tarek Abu Kwaik, all augmented by video and sound installation.
An evening of Spoken Word Poetry on Guns, Pebbles, Jerusalem, the Occupation and Pigeons, by Writer, Activist and Poet Moriel Rothman.
A contemporary remix of the story of Black Canada told through the intertwining tapestry of print dub slam and spoken word poetry. Over 90 poets are represented in this fascinating collection, edited by Valerie Mason- John and Kevan Anthony Cameron, with a preface by Karina Vernon and an introduction by George Elliott Clarke.