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Subject:

HotSpot newsletter - 1 0ctober

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Kadija GEORGE <[log in to unmask]>

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Kadija GEORGE <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 1 Oct 2003 09:17:48 -0400

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Of course, there's loads going on in October. Whatever you go to, have fun
and support the writers and artists by buying their books , cd's or other
products for yourselves and as gifts - Buy now, no last minute Christmas
shopping later:-) 

p.s. There will be one more hotspot newsletter for october on monday 6
october
p.p.s. please diarise now as there won't be any repat malings. Thanks.
++++++++++++++++++++++CORRECTIONS*CORRECTIONS*CORRECTIONS++++++++++++++++++
++++
 11 October Poetry Workshop (not a storytelling workshop) with Maureen
Roberts 
 11 October Memoir workshop with Kadija George @ Willesden Green Library - 
            Time change - 1.30pm - 6pm
++++++++++++++++++++++CORRECTIONS*CORRECTIONS*CORRECTIONS++++++++++++++++++
++++


*2 October - Launch of Poetry Jukebox
*2 October - Launch of Kin Tour
*3 October - Mitzi Szereto
*4 October on - Phenzwaan October performance dates
*9 October - The West Indian Front Room
* 12 October - Creole Day and Storytelling
*15 October - ID: AFRIKA
*13-18 October - Yaa Asentewaa
*18 October WOMEN OF WORDZ  Urban Poetry Convention 
* 18 October - Classically British

*5 December - Toni Morrisson 
* Position available to teach African and Caribbean Francophone Literature


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57 Productions - Poetry Jukebox Launch
Thursday October 2nd 2003
Bloomsbury Theatre, Gordon Street, London WC1 (Euston Tube)

 
John Cooper Clarke, Jean 'Binta' Breeze, Lemn Sissay,
Adrian Mitchell, Zena Edwards, Neil Rollinson, 
Maura Dooley, Michael Donaghy, Sarah Maguire,
Moniza Alvi, Choman Hardi, Dorothea Smartt,
Francesca Beard, Salena 'Saliva' Godden...
plus special guests....

8pm:  L10/L8:  Box Office: 020 7388 8822


With both the outriders & mainliners of lyrical literature - cutting it 
with music & comedy, spoken-word & new media - 
offering an aural odyssey through some of the most powerful & delectable
works in currency. 


This event marks the launch of the Poetry Jukebox - an original production
from 57 Productions 

for the Internet - www.poetryjukebox.com (now testing) - hosted on 57's
site & featuring many of the 
most popular & exciting poets working in the UK & beyond. The jukebox
samples the 
voices & works of over 30 writers & performers in a ground-breaking format

 & is freely available through both low & high bandwidth - it's innovative,
accessible & 
fun - representing new & known works, drawing on 57's growing
audio-catalogue

inc.

John Cooper Clarke, Jean 'Binta' Breeze, Lemn Sissay, 

Maura Dooley, Michael Donaghy, Sarah Maguire,

Liz Lochhead, Moniza Alvi, Grace Nichols, 

Linton Kwesi Johnson, Fred D'Aguiar, Kwame Dawes,

Roger McGough, Choman Hardi, Peter Finch, 

Brian Patten, Zena Edwards, Neil Rollinson, 

Adrian Mitchell, Rita Ann Higgins, Levi Tafari,

John Hegley, Jackie Kay, Michael Rosen, Imtiaz Dharker,

Kamau Brathwaite, Jayne Cortez, Benjamin Zephaniah,

Christopher Logue, Matthew Sweeney, Tom Leonard, 

Francesca Beard, Salena 'Saliva' Godden, Dorothea Smartt, .

 
This event also marks the launch of Poetry in Performance Volume 2 (CD) -
presenting 
another unique sampling of contemporary spoken works & featuring many of
the poets above.


Poetry Jukebox Launch Tour dates inc:

Oct. 9th: Ilkley Literature Festival (National Poetry Day): 
Liz Lochhead, Grace Nichols, Moniza Alvi
Box Office: 01943 816 714


Oct 18th: Cheltenham Festival of Literature: 
Fred D'Aguiar, Liz Lochhead, Adrian Mitchell
Box Office: 01242 227 979


Oct 19th - Bristol Old Vic/Poetry Festival: 
Roger McGough, Jean 'Binta' Breeze, Peter Finch
Box Office: 0117 987 7877

 
Oct 31st - Sheffield 'Off the Shelf' Festival: 
John Cooper Clarke, Francesca Beard, Levi Tafari
Box Office: 0114 249 6000 


For November tour dates and information please contact: 
57 Productions, 57 Effingham Road, Lee Green, London SE12 8NT
Tel/Fax: 020 8463 0866 or Email:  [log in to unmask]

www.57productions.com

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*
LAUNCH OF KIN UK TOUR
Thursday 2 October

6.30pm start

Borders Books, Music and Cafe, 203 Oxford Street, London W1A

Admission Free

Featuring prose and poetry from Nolan Weekes, Aoife Mannix, Urban Spirit,
Diana Evans, Krishna Dutta, Zena Edwards, Kalbinder Kaur, Anjan Saha, Gemma
Weeks, Abayomi Yomi Bazuaye, Pierre Ringwald, Jack Thurgar


Kin is a platform for contemporary British culture - poets, prose writers,
musicians, DJs, VJs and visual artists exploring the theme of 'kinship' and
offering personal takes that are sharp, witty, thoughtful and intensely
flavoured.

The tour is based on a new collection of prose by fifteen Black and Asian
women writers that has been initiated and edited by Karen McCarthy.
Populated by a fascinating cast of characters, the book presents stories
about mothers, sisters, lovers, best friends and brides-to-be and will be
published by Serpents Tail on 16 October.

Kin explores what our understanding of family  or kin  is today.  The
complexities of our relationships moves beyond the biological so that
sometimes, the people we eat with, spend time with, sleep with, and rely
on,
or those with whom we share common experiences, are family too.


To receive a tour flier with UK dates email your name and postal address to
[log in to unmask], writing 'tour flier' in the header

www.renaissanceone.com


The tour runs between October 2003 - March 2004.
For full details of participating artsits, partner organisations, tour
dates and artist line-ups
visit www.renaissanceone.com

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Mitzi Szereto to appear in October at Londons Hammersmith and Fulham
Wordwide Festival

As part of the Hammersmith and Fulham Wordwide Festivals celebration of the
short story, critically acclaimed American author and anthologist will be
reading from her latest anthology Erotic Travel Tales 2 and her short story
collection "Erotic Fairy Tales, A Romp Through the Classics." All are
welcome!

Date: Friday, 3 October 2003; Time: 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Where: Books Etc. Fulham Broadway Retail Centre, Fulham Road, London SW6
1BW.  Venue phone: 020-7386-5451. (Nearest Tube: Fulham Broadway).

To book a place, ring the arts team at: 020-7736-0864; or email:
[log in to unmask]

{Mitzi Szereto has several titles to her credit, including Erotic Fairy
Tales, A Romp Through the Classics, highway, and the Erotic Travel Tales
anthologies, which she edits. Her latest release Erotic Travel Tales 2
features among others a Royal Fellow of Literature. Shes also penned
several best-selling erotic novels under the name M. S. Valentine,
including The Governess, The Captivity of Celia, and The Martinet. Aside
from being the pioneer of the erotic writing workshop in the UK and Europe,
shes a well-known fixture on the interview circuit. Her outspoken and
controversial views on the erotic literary scene have made her a
trendsetter, earning her a reputation as an author and editor who has put
the literature back into erotic literature.}

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Listed below are upcoming London appearance dates for Phenzwaan,

4th October 2003 @ Nettlefold Hall, West Norwood.
10th October 2003 @ Ocean Music Venue, Hackney.
17th October 2003 @ Haringay Library, Tottenham.
31st October 2003 @ The Spitz, Aldgate East.

For further details email: [log in to unmask]

Phenzwaan, the Cosmic Wordsmith a.k.a Prince-James Harrison is an award 
winning performance poet & internationally recognised spoken word recording

artist, he has toured and performed extensively
throughout London and nation-wide, has worked with a vast number of bands 
and musicians including the Royal Philarmonic Orchestra, has appeared on 
countless radio shows and in various periodicals worldwide, has written for

and featured on the albums of several other artists including hip hop
artist 
Malarchi and soulful songstress Elisha La'Verne and has also released four 
CD's and a live video of his work.  Phenzwaan is also an event 
co-ordinator and has hosted and organised several showcase events providing

platforms for established and aspiring perfomers worldwide such as 
'Verbalized Mindz', an exciting monthly open mic poetry night in London.

New CD - Inevitable Mystique
For any further information regarding Phenzwaan
email: [log in to unmask] or Tel: +44(0)7940 059 952

The Phenzology Laboratory
([log in to unmask])
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***
Any folks interested in working on a few poems/texts  on the below theme,
for performance mid October at Zion Centre do click back to me and I can
send your name and email and number to the organiser, Michael MacMillan.
Below are his descriptions of the Project:      
                                 +++++++++++++++++++++
West Indian Front Room,[is the title of]  the installation I am making at
the Zion, which will be there from 1st-31st Oct.  It would be interesting
as
I mentioned to explore as a theme, the Front Room, for writers - I know
this
is short notice, but it's an opportunity to perform in the space on an
evening-
............

The West Indian Front Room

My parents come from St. Vincent and they are the inspiration for this
piece
of work. I consider the Front Room to be a work of art, designed normally
by
the mother of the family but sometimes used by men. The Front Room pays
homage to the hard work, endurance and determination that was put into
building a good home for the family. Front Rooms across the country are the
nucleus of memories of all those who came to England to invest in this
country's economy and received the very little in return.As an icon of
kitsch furniture and consumer fetish, the Front Room   resonates throughout
the African Diaspora. It was usually the one room in the home, where you
were not allowed, unless there were guests. From the crochet doilies on the
upholstered settee,  pictures of Jesus Christ at The Last Supper, the
floral
wallpaper and carpet, to Jim Reeves playing on the 'Blue Spot' gramophone,
it signified 'good grooming'. No matter poor you were, if the Front Room
looked good, then you were 'decent' people.

The installation commissioned by Black Arts Alliance, brings the private
into the public so that memories can lived through once again.

This small booklet complementing the installation, consists of  transcribed
interviews with Vian & Euton Christian, Ruby Richards and Robinson, who all
gratefully allowed me into their Front Rooms to talk about, take photos and
video the things they love.

The essay printed here, The 'West Indian' Front Room in the African
Diaspora
will be published in Fashion Theory: the Journal of Dress, the Body and
Culture Vol. 7, Issue 3/4 (Berg. Oxford and New York 2003) a Special Issue
on Orientalism (eds.) N.Puwar and N.Bhatia.

Michael McMillan - September 2003

Two workshops will support the installation:

Thursday 9th October - Afternoon
The Next Generation Workshop will explore, the different   meanings young
people have of the Front Room from their parents and grandparents using
creative writing and drama.

Friday 10th October  2-30pm
'Gossip in the Front Room' or as we say in the West Indies 'Commess' or
'Sue-sue'  - Senior guests will be served afternoon tea, as they tell
stories about their favourite objects and            experiences of the
Front Room.

Both workshops take place at the Zion Arts Centre.

The West Indian Front Room will be open to the public October 1st Oct -
31st, at the Zion Arts Centre, as part of the North West's Acts of
Achievement 2003 (Black History Month)

Commonword Ltd, 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS,  Tel 0161 832 3777.


***********************************************************************
MBMB OCTOBER EVENT:CREOLE DAY AND STORYTELLING
WITHIN THE BLACK HISTORY MONTH

ON SUNDAY THE 12th OCTOBER 2003 FROM 4PM TO 8PM at the
AFRO-CARIBBEAN / WEST INDIAN CULTURAL CENTRE
9 Clarendon Road
Hornsey
London N8 ODJ
Tube: Turnpike Lane
(Piccadily line)

L8 MBMB Members
L10 Non Members
free for children up to 12 year old
Children area available

Information: 07950 59 53 52 or 07748 23 88 61

CREOLE DAY: REAL STORIES OR FICTIONS FROM AFRICA TO THE CARIBBEAN.

PROGRAMME:

TRUE STORIES AND TALES FROM AFRICA TO THE WEST INDIES

COMPARISON BETWEEN ORAL TRADITION AND STORYTELLING IN AFRICA AND THE WEST
INDIES.

AFRICAN TALES AND CARIBEAN TALES

4 COURSE FRENCH CARIBBEAN BUFFET

AFRICAN DANCES

CARIBBEAN DANCES

THE STORY OF MARY SEACOLE

CREOLE WORKSHOP

Come to support your culture!

MBMB Committee

Le comite
MBMB The French Caribbean Association
PO BOX 36378 London NW2 6WQ 

Email: [log in to unmask] 
WWW: www.mbmb-fca.com
Phone: 0709 216 76 83

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BBC Radio 4 Promotion Note

Title: YAA ASANTEWAA by Margaret Busby

Day:    Mon 13th - Fri 17th October 2003        
Time:    10.45 a.m. (repeated 19.45)    

Producer: Pam Fraser-Solomon
Phone number: 020 7557 1216

YAA ASANTEWAA tells the true story of a 60-year-old African woman who,
one hundred years ago, waged a nine-month war of liberation against the
British.  

Nana Yaa Asantewaa is queen mother of Ejisu, part of the great Asante
kingdom. When the British colonising forces threaten to crush her people
in 1900, she rallies the Asantes to arms and herself leads a campaign of
resistance that has become legendary.

YAA ASANTEWAA takes us to the heart of a bitter struggle between a mighty
super-power and a woman who refuses to contemplate defeat, even in the
face of superior weaponry. Driven by infectious conviction and grudgingly
respected by her enemies, Yaa Asantewaa is ready to sacrifice everything
to protect her nation's independence.  But as a woman as well as a
soldier, she is also conscious of the sorrow and bereavement created by
the terrible conflict.

This epic David-and-Goliath story is told using Asante accounts of their
last stand against colonisation, as well as drawing on letters and
reports from British witnesses to history unfolding.

YAA ASANTEWAA  is part of  Black History Month on Radio 4.

Writer, editor and broadcaster Margaret Busby (Nana Akua Ackon), born in
Ghana, co-founded the publishing house Allison & Busby, of which she was
editorial director for 20 years. The recipient of several awards, she is
the editor of DAUGHTERS OF AFRICA: AN INTERNATIONAL ANTHOLOGY OF WORDS
AND WRITING BY WOMEN OF AFRICAN DESCENT, and also wrote the recent stage
musical YAA ASANTEWAA - WARRIOR QUEEN. She is a contributor to many
publications and a regular broadcaster.

The music for this drama was created by Nana Tsiboe.  Coming from a
musical family in Ghana, he toured the world as a child protege and
Master Drummer. Over the years Tsiboe has performed with other master
musicians, including Marvin Gaye, Fela Kuti, Paul McCartney, Nick Mason
(Pink Floyd) and many others.  He has also been a driving force behind
the legendary Master Drummers of Africa.  His most recent album is AHOM
with the Supa Hi-Life Band - with Nana Tsiboe as composer and lead
vocalist.

LISTEN ON THE INTERNET

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/arts/whour_serial.shtml

***************************************************************************
***************

As part of Black Hitory Month there will be a night
celebrating African culture and this night will be
named...ID: AFRIKA on the 15th October 2003!!!!

ID: AFRIKA will provide you with African influenced
poetry, song, dance and music. Sample some Hip Life -
Hip Hop performed with a touch of Ghanaian flavour. A
songstress from Kenya with a powerful voice and
Swahili lyrics. Poetry brought forth by an award
winning poet and by another with Africa embodied in
her words, expression and being. Then as if that
wasn't enough experience the wonders of Southern,
Central and West African dance and music. A night to
truly stimulate your minds and bodies.

DJs on the night
Zak (Amplified) Variety of African Music

Leaders of the Old Skool (UpRock) Broken Beat, Nu
Soul, Hip Hop and Afrobeat
 

15th October 2003 8pm to 2am at Plan-B 418 Brixton High Street. Doors open
8pm
show starts at 9pm, tickets are L5 before 10pm L7 after.

For concession guestlist contact:

Elvina 07930 381 389
Red 07932 439 788
[log in to unmask]

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**
Phenzology presents: 

WOMEN OF WORDZ 
Urban Poetry Convention 

16 of London's most explosive writers & performance poets all come together

to celebrate their heritage, womanhood and the spoken word. 

SATURDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2003 

Hosted by Redhead 

Performers 
Agnes Meadows ~ Aoife Mannix ~ Bubbles ~ Charlotte Ansell ~ Denise Saul ~ 
Dondamic ~ Ebele 
Floetic Lara ~ Kat Francois ~ Lyrical Healer ~ Oneness ~ Patricia Foster ~ 
Ptah-Ra ~ Queeny 
Sifundo ~ Sundra 

Supported by music from Funki G & performances from guest artists 
Brother Niyi ~ Sareal ~ Janine & Janelle ~ Sabrina ~ Dionne Mitchell 

@ Brixton Art Gallery 
Brixton Station Road 
Brixton SW9. 

Doors open: 6.45pm Show starts: 8pm sharp 
Arrive early to avoid disappointment! 
Entry: 5 pounds 

Nearest tube: Brixton 

For any further information regarding Women of Wordz 

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***
CLASSICALLY BRITISH, 

Don,t miss this rare opportunity to enjoy two unique evenings of modern 
ballet from Britain's finest black and asian classically trained dancers. 

The showcase will take place at the Tabernacle Arts Centre, Powis Square, 
London W11 on Saturday 18th of October and Sunday 19th October 2003 at 
7.45pm. 

Tickets ?0 & ? concessions for students and unwaged 

Joining Mark Elie will be Darren Panton, Leith Cathline, Kibibi Sinclair
and  Godiva Marshall. Many of the dancers have trained at the Royal Ballet
School or Rambert Ballet School. 

The aim of this vibrant event is to showcase and support Black and Asian 
classically trained dancers with the aim of creating a centre of excellence

from which to nurture this outstanding dance talent here in Britain. 

Mark Elie trained with the Ballet Rambert before joining the Ballet 
Gulbenkian Company in Lisbon, Portugal. He then went on to be groomed at
New York's prestigious Dance Theatre of Harlem whose founder Arthur
Mitchell
has had a lasting influence on Mark's work. Mitchell's work revolutionised
black ballet in America and his prestigious company shattered the white
myth that 
black dancers were only suitable for jazz and commercial dance. 


Mark went on to set up his own dance school of excellence, the Mark Elie 
Dance foundation in the Tabernacle Arts Centre in London. "Arthur Mitchell 
achieved great things and if we inject some of that consciousness into the 
children that pass through my school we will have succeeded". (Mark Elie 
2003) 

More than 150 children pass through the Mark Elie dance foundation each
week for ballet, tap, street dance and jazz lessons with many going on to
study 
dance and performing arts in some of London,s top performing arts schools 
such as the Urdang Academy and the Arts Educational School, Chiswick. 

Mark was brought up in a Westminster children,s home. Aged10 he went for an

interview at the Ballet Rambert. 

"I auditioned having had no formal training. The teacher asked me to do a 
jump and I just remember thinking I had to fly! I ran and jeted from end of

the room to the other. That was it! I got in" 

Mark has also choreographed numerous pop videos, motion pictures, fashion 
shows, ballets and children,s dance presentations. He has just returned 
from a summer trip to New York having won the Lisa Ullman bursary. In New 
York Mark carried out a research and development project where he returned 
to the Dance Theatre of Harlem after twenty two years, he also visited the 
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. He is now working on a new project 
which will enable some of his pupils to experience a rare opportunity to 
attend a summer school in New York at the prestigious Alvin Ailey Dance 
School and Dance Theatre of Harlem. 

Mark is also in the process of making a documentary about the work of the 
Mark Elie dance foundation with award winning documentary filmmaker Ciarin 
Scott. 

Email: [log in to unmask] 

Website: www.markelie-dancefoundation.co.uk 

The Tabernacle. Powis Square, London W11 2AY. Box Office: 020 7565 7800 

Fax: 020 7564 7810 

Contact: Mark Elie - 07947 484 021 
**************************************************************************
Toni Morrisson
RFH
5 Dec
7.30pm
Nine pounds
+44(0)20 7960 4242
Few tickets left......

***************************************************************************

FRANCOPHONE LIT POSITION AT TCNJ
 
Dear Colleagues,

TCNJ has a tenure-track vacancy in Francophone Lit for next year. We've
been told that candidates who are open to a joint Modern Languages/AFAM
appointment are STRONGLY encouraged to apply. I hope that you'll help our
department by passing this on to your networks- particularly abd's and
scholars in the Caribbean and on the continent.

Thanks for your assistance.

ghd

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***
The Department of Modern Languages at The College of New Jersey announces
a tenure track position in Francophone Literature (African/Caribbean) with
a strong background in language teaching.  Ph.D. and native or near-native
fluency. Opportunities to teach in other programs such as African American
Studies, International Studies and Comparative Literature, and a
possibility of a joint appointment in another department.  Demonstrated
excellence in teaching and strong commitment to research. Please send
letter of application and complete dossier to Prof. Adriana Rosman-Askot,
Chair, Department of Modern Languages, The College of New Jersey, P.O. Box
7718, Ewing, NJ 08628-0718.  Materials should be received by November
30th.  Interviews will be held at the MLA.

The College of New Jersey is a highly selective, comprehensive public
college in suburban central New Jersey, ten miles south of Princeton and
approximately one hour train ride from Philadelphia and New York.  To
enrich education through diversity, The College of New Jersey is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
+*****************
Hello,

Black Pasts produced a publication in Oct 02, 
bringing together essays 
written by members; archival, museum and library 
collections relating to the 
Black presence in Birmingham, 'Making 
Connections: Birmingham's Black 
International History'. You can obtain copies by 
emailing 
[log in to unmask] or 
[log in to unmask] Copies 
are L5 each.

At present, Black Pasts is involved in a youth 
heritage project, 'Connecting 
Identities' which will be disseminated next year.

*******************ADVANCE
NOTICE**********************************************
 Oval House Theatre presents, A Naive Art Exhibition featuring Ronnie
McGrath's,
In The Handshakes Of bizarre Insect Bites. A solo performance of
unadulterated Hoodoo Aesthetics.  Live music by Geoffrey Chambers, artist,
singer, songwriter, and poetry by Zena Edwards, John Clarke, and Nii
Parkes.
Event takes place (private view) on Monday 8th December 2003, 6 - 9:30pm.
Viewing begins at 6:00pm promptly.  Exhibition runs from 8th December to
January 10th 2004. A must view, the event is free and offers the very best
of Black British contemporary art. Ronnie McGrath is a writer, artist,
poet,
and lecturer. He is near completing his PhD on Black music and the politics
of identity in Black British society.

Venue: cafe/bar, Oval House Theatre, 52-54 Kennington Oval, SE11 5SW.
Nearest tube: Oval House (Northern Line, I min) or Vauxhall (BR and
Victoria
Line, 15 min) Buses: 3, 36, 59, 133, 159, 185.

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