Apples And Snakes

From NME, 31 March, 1984.

The poetry promoters launch their first book.

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Poets of a certain age, and stage of inebriation, sometimes flick through the book and ponder ‘where are hey now?’.
There’re some decent poets in the book: Attila the Stockbroker, Benjamin Zephaniah, Mark Steel, Little Dave, Nick Toczek, John Hegley, Claire Dowie, Ginger John, John Agard, and Marsha Prescod amongst many othes.

Emily Harrison reading the book en route to a gig.

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One thought on “Apples And Snakes

  1. marshwerg

    Where are they now? Well, I’m currently trying to track them all down. Emile Sercombe and Berni Cunnane are in Ramsgate, Chris Cardale’s still in SE London, and Ferenc Aszmann was living in a shed in Sussex the last I heard. As for the rest, who knows? But I’ll get there in the end. Watch this space…

    A&S Archivist

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