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Hashtag Poems: These Tiny Stars by Marie-Louise Eyres
Written and recited by Marie-Louise Eyres Music by Gareth Davies. Produced by Gareth Davies at The Sound Boutique. ________________ Marie-Louise was shortlisted in 2018 for the Bridport and Mslexia poetry prizes. She was previously nominated for the Forward single poem prize by the editors of Smiths Knoll. Her poems appear in UK and US/Canadian journals and in translation for an Italian journal. She is absolutely delighted to take part in The Sound Boutique's highly evocative Hashtag Poems project. Follow Marie-Louise on Twitter: @obladioblada68 ________________ screenless.online screenless means high quality audio content with music and sound design; no screen required. If you would like to explore how screenless can create something unique for you, please get in touch.
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June 7, 2019
Hashtag Poems: Mango Sorbet by Mukahang Limbu
Written and recited by Mukahang Limbu Music by Gareth Davies. Produced by Gareth Davies at The Sound Boutique. ________________ Mukahang Limbu came to the UK when he was 5 and was raised here by his mother. Now 18, he has won the Outspoken Prize for Poetry and the Poetry Society's Slambassadors, and has been Oxford City's Young Writer of the Year. His work is published in England, Poems from a School (Picador) and Nascent (Outspoken Press)  Next year he will take up a place at Queens College Oxford to read English and German. He loves theatre, music and poetry, and is a die hard fan of Ocean Vuoung, Rebecca Perry, and Raymond Antrobus amongst others. Follow Mukahang on Twitter: @mukki_s1 ________________ screenless.online screenless means high quality audio content with music and sound design; no screen required. If you would like to explore how screenless can create something unique for you, please get in touch.
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June 6, 2019
Hashtag Poems: Love In The Age Of Google by Brian Bilston
Written by Brian Bilston Recited by Gareth Davies. Music by Gareth Davies. Produced by Gareth Davies at The Sound Boutique. ________________ Brian Bilston is a poet and novelist, who has been described as ‘the poet laureate’ of Twitter. ‘You Took the Last Bus Home’, a collection of many of the poems he has shared on social media, was published in 2016 by Unbound. His next book ‘Diary of a Somebody’ combines poetry and fiction and will be published by Picador in June 2019. Follow Brian on Twitter: @brian_bilston Follow Brian on Facebook: @BrianBilston Follow Brian on Instagram: @brian_bilston ________________ screenless.online screenless means high quality audio content with music and sound design; no screen required. If you would like to explore how screenless can create something unique for you, please get in touch.
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June 5, 2019
Hashtag Poems: What I Say To Mama by Timi Amusan
Written and recited by Timi Amusan. Music by Gareth Davies. Produced by Gareth Davies at The Sound Boutique. ________________ Timileyin Amusan came to the UK from Nigeria when he was 15. Three years later, he is studying for A levels and making a name for himself in poetry. This summer he will be BBC Oxford's Local Poet, broadcasting his work and writing to commission. Follow Timileyin on Twitter: @Timi_Amusan ________________ screenless.online screenless means high quality audio content with music and sound design; no screen required. If you would like to explore how screenless can create something unique for you, please get in touch.
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June 4, 2019
Hashtag Poems: Early Stroll by Ian McMillan
Written and recited by Ian McMillan. Music by Gareth Davies. Produced by Gareth Davies at The Sound Boutique. ________________ Ian McMillan is a writer and broadcaster who presents The Verb on BBC Radio 3 every Friday night. He's written poems, plays, a verse autobiography Talking Myself Home and a voyage round Yorkshire in Neither Nowt Nor Summat. He watches Darfield and Yorkshire Cricket Clubs and the only time he played cricket, at Low Valley Juniors in 1963, Mrs Hudson told him to take his balaclava off or she'd make him wear his mother's Rainmate. Ian’s latest collection To Fold The Evening Star - New and Selected Poems (Carcanet) was published last year.  Ian was recently awarded The Freedom of Barnsley . Ian is poet-in-residence for The Academy of Urbanism, Barnsley FC and now Barnsley Poet Laureate. As well as presenting The Verb every week, he’s a regular on BBC Breakfast, Coast, Countryfile, Pointless Celebrities, Pick of the Week, Last Word and BBC Proms Plus. He’s been a castaway on Desert Island Discs. Previously, he was resident poet for English National Opera, UK Trade & Investment, Yorkshire TV’s Investigative Poet and Humberside Police’s Beat Poet.  At the moment, he’s writing songs for choirs with Luke Carver Goss, working on an opera about the 1918-19 influenza epidemic with composer Michael Betteridge and telling the stories of The Yorkshire Dales and The Lakes (More4). Cats make him sneeze.  Follow Ian on Twitter: @IMcMillan www.ian-mcmillan.co.uk ________________ screenless.online screenless means high quality audio content with music and sound design; no screen required.  If you would like to explore how screenless can create something unique for you, please get in touch.
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June 3, 2019
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