Just a little plug about our upcoming event.
The incredible Charlie Dupré has been added to the bill. He’ll be taking to the stage alongside Will Conway, Gloria Sanders, the Instant Theatre and the absolutely amazing Nathan Penlington.
Come along and enjoy a letterpress biscuit with us. Tell your friends. Shout it from the rooftops. Annexe is putting on a show!
That’s a lot of information, but if you want even more, head over to the events page.
Posted in Event, Fiction, Music, Poetry, Prose, Sound, Spoken Word Mixtapes, Theatre
Tagged annexe, book, charterhouse, event, farringdon, london, Poetry, presents, prose, reading
Finally, our third Mixtape is ready for your aural consumption. It’s taken a while, but only because we’ve been scheming and planning all sorts of other delights for you. Like this.
Our first ever literary event takes place on Tuesday 18th of October. If you’re London-bound you should come along. We’ve got fantastic guest writers and poets, Instant Theatre and you can also get the first three spoken word mixtapes on CD, in a hand-made, limited edition slipcase, absolutely free!
So, back to the mixtape:
Full tracklist after the jump.
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Tagged allen kaprow, annexe, david greenberger, listen, marylyn plessner, mixtape, Music, ogden nash, passion pit, Poetry, prose, reading, sigur ros, siobhan campbell, sound, Spoken word, the book, yusuke tsutsumi
You might have heard that Annexe editor, Nick Murray, also does a little writing of his own. Here’s one of his short stories. It was published earlier this year in Inc. Magazine #3. The reader is the magician Lee Warren.
The fantastic illustration is by the Brighton based illustrator and fellow writer, Hannah Bailey.
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Tagged fiction, hannah bailey, illustration, Nick Murray, prose, reading, short story, Spoken word, story, storytelling, swallower, sword
Today we present to you a reading of the poem Cats by Marylyn Plessner, spoken by the much-revered choral master Colin Howard.
Read the poem after the jump.
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