Dear friends, happy new year. The happenings of 2014, a bit of an epic email. It’s been another immense year, and more than ever before I have to express my debt of thanks to collaborators & friends, one + the same, who have helped me so.

In April I had the chance to visit Iraq through the Highlight Arts project in Erbil, collaborating with Iraqi and Kurdish poets and reading at the Niniti Literature Festival. http://www.stevenjfowler.com/reel-iraq/

In October I visited Hay Xalapa and the Cervantino festival in Mexico thanks to the British Council. http://www.stevenjfowler.com/hay-xalapa-cervantino-mexico

In June I launched my sixth poetry collection, the Rottweiler’s guide to the Dog Owner with Eyewear publishing http://www.stevenjfowler.com/the-rottweilers-guide-to-the-dog-owner/ The book had a commendation from the Forward prizes.

Thanks to Creative Scotland, in July I toured Scotland with the Auld Enemies project, with over 40 poets involved over 7 readings from Edinburgh to Lerwick. There’s a documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8Pz-z8z8_w & all the videos, blogs and information http://www.stevenjfowler.com/auld-enemies/

In September I toured Ireland with the Yes But Are We Enemies? project and with Auld Enemies, it was one of the most extraordinarily warm and creative experiences of my life. http://www.stevenjfowler.com/yes-but-are-we-enemies/

In June I toured through the Baltic countries, reading in Vilnius and Talinn and performing a new conceptual piece for the Free Riga festival http://www.stevenjfowler.com/free-riga-festival/ Thanks to the British Council.

In May I had the chance to participate in the Crossing Voices project in Venice, curated by Alessandro Mistrorigo and James Wilkes http://www.stevenjfowler.com/venice/

In August, in Liverpool, I was commissioned by Nathan Jones’ amazing Syndrome project to create a performance piece based on the use of Choros body movement mapping technology, and did so using Kyokushin Karate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxeGbdAAHlM

In September I was the guest of Croatian PEN and read in Zagreb, thanks to Tomica Bajsic & Damir Sodan http://www.stevenjfowler.com/croatia/

In May I visited the Prague Microfest, thanks to the Czech Centre London, to perform with the TRYIE collective http://www.stevenjfowler.com/tryiecollective/

In March I performed at the Festina Lente sound poetry festival in Paris, curated by Martin Bakero, and held in a circus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xjIb3yalRM

In late August I read at the 9th international Novi Sad Literature festival in Serbia http://www.stevenjfowler.com/novi-sad-literature-festival/

I was shortlisted for the White Review prize in early 2014, for my story MueuM http://www.stevenjfowler.com/white-review-prize-mueum/ I performed the text at the Whitechapel gallery in August, in an evening curated by Holly Pester.

Across July, the Poetry in Collaboration exhibition, co-curated with Chris McCabe, was the Saison Poetry Library’s summer exhibition, drawing from contemporary and historical sources http://www.stevenjfowler.com/saisonexhibition/

In 2014, the Enemies project was behind over 50 events, with over 200 poets and artists, in multiple nations, in many new forms and spaces, and was supported by Arts Council England http://weareenemies.com/

I curated Camaradefest II in October, with 100 poets reading in 50 pairs, with brand new collaborative works being premiered.

In November the Kakania project began thanks to the Austrian Cultural Forum, with an amazing event at the Rich Mix. www.kakania.co.uk

During 2014 I was poet in residence at the extraordinary landscape architects J&L Gibbons, writing new sequences on soil & trees, the former published in a unique book of essays and reflections on the city of London & its earth http://thegreenerinfrastructure.tumblr.com/

Thanks to the Danish Cultural Agency and the Danish Embassy in London, the Fjender project, a Danish Enemies project took place in March & April. I read & exhibited in Copenhagen, the Fjender event at the Rich Mix in London was a great success, and Morten Sondergaard’s extraordinary Wordpharmacy exhibition at the Hardy Tree, running throughout March, also featuring a reading, was brilliant.

In July I curated a night of new artworks and literature responding to the life and legacy of Bohumil Hrabal for Czech Centre London, called Cabaret Hrabal, at the Horse Hospital. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6HysePkAY0

I co-curated an exhibition with Tom Jenks celebrating the avant object press Zimzalla in October at the Hardy Tree gallery in London, which featured two readings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UauBZpo9vY

I was pleased to teach two new courses for the Poetry School, Maintenant & Vanguard, both of which explored avant garde poetry post WWII, in Europe and Britain respectively. http://www.stevenjfowler.com/poetryschool/ Both courses were full & extraordinary experiences for me. An interview here with Sarah Dawson with the Poetry School http://campus.poetryschool.com/maintenant-interview-s-j-fowler/

In February I launched a pamphlet called Whale Hunt with Annexe press, thanks to Nick Murray, launching it thus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=saUebKuHKao

In June I performed at the Museum of Water, at Somerset House, thanks to Penned in the Margins, protesting water cannon policy by trying to drown myself in a shallow bowl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqpJDPBp7gw

The first Mopha collective performance took place at the Rich Mix Theatre in late September http://www.stevenjfowler.com/mopha

I collaborated with the videoartist Joshua Alexander to produce the first of a series of videopoem collaborations, Animal Drum http://vimeo.com/105849417 with footage taken from a performance at the Science Museum.

The Hubbub residency at the Wellcome Trust began in October, and I contributed to the Being Human festival in November http://www.stevenjfowler.com/the-hub-residency-at-the-wellcome-trust/

I had an essay featured in the amazing Mount London anthology from Penned in the Margins. My collaboration with Sam Riviere was also featured in Penned’s ten year anniversary anthology, Marginalia

I had the chance to read in Sheffield for the first time, at Banks Street Arts, for the Midsummer poetry festival, thanks to Agnes Lehoczky, in June https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IFrkTk6s5E

I had the chance to speak at the Poet as a Boxer event at the Saison Poetry Library in February

As poet in residence of the Translation Games project, I was live writing during the Saison Poetry Library special event in March

In March I curated a special Camarade event in Edinburgh for the Hidden Door festival, in the cities abandoned arches.

An event celebrating the work of Tim Atkins, and his marvellous collected Petrarch poems from Crater press was one of the year’s highlights http://blutkitt.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/petrarch-celebration-of-tim-atkins_29.html

A Slovakian Enemies project took place at the Freeword centre in November 

Wrogowie: a Polish Enemies project, took place at the Rich Mix in London in February https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us2sNV3kDDE

An event was held in February to celebrate the work of Bill Griffiths, coinciding with the launch of a second volume of his collected poems from Reality St. press.

I was happy to read the work of Jiang Tao and Ming Di at an event celebrating contemporary Chinese experimental poetry at the Poetry Café in June.

A special Camarade event was held for the Interrobang bookfair in November 

As poetry editor of 3am magazine I published two dozen poets in 2014 http://www.stevenjfowler.com/3am-magazine & a few issues of Maintenant, most notably with Ukrainian avant gardist Volodymyr Bily

I published a special feature on collaboration for Cordite magazine with new works and an essay

3 poets were published as part of the Anglaise Actuelle project with Recours au Poeme magazine, new translations of contemporary British poets into French       

I had sound recording profiles up at Tapin2 (France) and Phonodia (Italy)

Visiting Hannah Silva in research residence at the British Library we had an interview / discussion, excerpted here http://hannahsilva.wordpress.com/2014/05/06/the-prolific-myth-interview-with-sj-fowler/

I was part of the first Penned in the Margins podcast with Hannah Silva, Siddhartha Bose and Tom Chivers, recorded here https://soundcloud.com/pennedinthemargins/sets/penned-podcast-1-poetry-and

I was on BBC radio 3’s Free thinking talking about boxing and poetry http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03t0d9 

I was happy to read for the BAMS Modernism Now conference thanks to JT Welsch in June https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXuC4AdG7m8

& to read for Akerman Daly at the London Artbook fair at the Whitechapel gallery, celebrating Fabian Peake, in September.

& to read to celebrate Antonio Claudio Carvalho’s POW series at the Juggler in Hoxton, London, in June https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKmnFmUI0B0

I was privileged to read at the launch of the wonderful Coin Opera 2 anthology in November https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8XAoLotL1g

Thanks to the editors of Gorse magazine, Colony, the Bohemyth, the Honest Ulsterman, the Morning Star, Huellkurven, the Wolf, the Quietus, Test Centre & others.

& heartfelt thanks to everyone who made the year such a memorable one, I’m grateful for all the generosity and hospitality that’s been visited upon me. 2015 will be better yet, plans to follow. Best wishes to you all, Steven

Kakania on the Austrian Cultural Forum


Kakania http://www.acflondon.org/literature-and-books/kakania/

Tuesday 25 November 2014, 7.00pm | Rich Mix
Kakania celebrates the culture of Habsburg Vienna a century ago, with commissions of contemporary artists from 21st century London.
With an array of contemporary artists working in poetry, visual art, sound & conceptual art, Kakania aims to not just to evoke the Habsburg era, but to envelope it, to transpose it, to avoid nostalgia and in its stead bring the intensity and innovation that marked the last days of the Habsburg era. Curated by SJ Fowler and supported by the ACF London, this is the first in a series of four events. Find out more at kakania.co.uk 
Featuring brand new commissions from:
Sharon Gal on Anton Webern
Marcus Slease on Max Kurzweil
Caroline Bergvall on Gustav Klimt
Ariadne Radi Cor & Diane Silverthorne on Alma Mahler
Dylan Nyoukis on Raoul Hausmann
Stephen Emmerson on Rainer Maria Rilke
Maja Jantar on Lou Andreas-Salome

updates on the Enemies project website : www.weareenemies.com

Recently added is a revamped About section detailing future plans and past happenings, an updated 2014 schedule with event information and videos and the beginnings of the 2015 schedule.
- an example from the about below

The future
As the Enemies project moves into 2015 there are five key points of its future program:

Innovative event curation: trying to genuinely break new ground in the form and structure of events and exhibitions and programmes between poets and artists. Events include the Kiddy Kamarade, a family poetry day including a creche and children’s pedagogical poetry activities, a collaborative residency with an award winning and innovative landscape architecture form to explore how language can shape the very literal but endlessly complex physical shaping of urban environments and new forms of collaborative poetry readings with established partners like the Hay-on-Wye festival.

Innovative collaborative connections between mediums: marrying poetry with sculpture, with England’s folk music tradition, with sound art and avant garde music, with film and film language, with animation. The new year of Enemies seeks new ground to break across artforms.

a continued increase in our International outlook: an emphasis on bringing other cultures and languages to collaborate in England, and to explore the possibilities of translation as a practise, and what this means to language but also to different artforms, to whom the word is not so familiar and provides unique challenges. Wales, Austria, Norway, Germany, Finland, Mexico and many others are on the slate.

Radical translation: a long term partnership with the Translation Games project, curated by Ricarda Vidal, following on from back to back appearances at the British Library's International Translation Day, situates Enemies at the forefront of experimental translation practise, and events and anthologies will further this pursuit in 2015.

Co-curating collaboration: setting up events that are built on a collaborative partnership in the curating of those events, and exploring how that mediation of exchange in the actual programming of artistic exchange affects, and enriches that practise. The Enemies website will evidence and discuss this process with a series of co-curators for the many projects lined up throughout the year, through video interviews and blogposts and interviews.

Collectives: exploring the notion of collective collaboration and how it differs from binary collaboration, and how it inherently bleeds across mediums in an organic and social manner. Through three recently established and contrasting collectives, involving some of most exciting names in contemporary art writing, performance art, poetry, visual art and electronic literature, the Enemies project will explore whether the Collective is a mode of collaboration still relevant to the 21st century.

Hay Xalapa lineup announced

http://www.hayfestival.com/xalapa/ Yes they've led with Salman Rushdie but I'm definitely in there, you just need to look closer, beneath the gloss of the first page, deep into the meat of the program. http://www.hayfestival.com/xalapa/downloads/
HayFestivalXalapa_Programa2014.pdf I read on October 3rd and 4th in Xalapa, mexico. Good times, only artist 6430 http://www.hayfestival.com/artist.aspx?artistid=6430

Trepidation commended for the Forward Prize 2014

I'm pleased to say my poem Trepidation, which featured in my latest collection, the Rottweiler's Guide to the Dog Owner, has been highly commended by the Forward Prize. It means it'll feature in the anthology the prize puts out to celebrate it's awards later in the year. I wrote the poem as a set of ten on two days in Berlin for a performance with Alessandro Eramo, sat with WS Graham in a bedsit in Wedding, in a snowing February in 2013. I've never once thought back on that poem as being in anyway exceptional, for it to be singled out is pleasing as it surprises me to reread it and see what people might see when viewing it in isolation. A random thing, but good to have recognition for the thing within the thing. http://www.eyewearpublishing.com/products-page/books/s-j-fowler/

Eyewear book club

A really positive scheme from Eyewear publishing to engage it's readers in a continuous and various relationship with its readers, and to have them follow the narrative of their publishing journey, book by book, as it weaves its own admirable way across styles, forms and generations. I'm delighted to be on the 2014 ticket with my collection the Rottweiler's guide to the Dog Owner. Info below on the book club. check out http://www.eyewearpublishing.com/
"Eyewear is proud to offer an exclusive deal to all our fans. If you join our Poetry Club we will send you all twelve of our single poet collections published in 2014. You will receive three packages during the year (in February, April and October), containing our latest titles all beautifully tied with ribbon.  The cost of £120 includes UK p&p, and is a massive saving of 30%. In joining our Poetry Club you support our poets and help us bring more fresh and exciting voices into our family.
We also have our new, exclusive Critics Choice Deal.
In 2014 we will send you two packages of three books, specially selected by the Eyewear team from our 2014 line up. In April you will receive your first three books and a second parcel of three books will arrive in October, tied up beautifully with ribbon. All of this for the cost of £65 including UK p&p.
Our 2014 poets are:
Floyd Skloot
Penny Boxall
Marion McCready
Tedi Lopez Mills, in translation by David Shook
Mandy Kahn
S J Fowler
Colette Sensier
Keiran Goddard
Jemma Borg
Rufo Quintavalle
David Musgrave
Agniezka Studzinska"

2014> {updated}

Dear friends, to the year upcoming! newly updated with what is confirmed, much more to come of course. All events are free and in London, unless specified otherwise. Please add the dates to your diaries.

Maintenant! – a course for the poetry school
a bi-weekly course exploring post-war & contemporary European avant-garde poetry. The course will take place at the Poetry School London office, 79-83 Lambeth Walk. 2 hour lessons – 6.45pm to 8.45, bi-weekly tuesday nights, beginning January 28th. Week 1: Oulipo / Week 2: Austrian postwar modernism / Week 3: Concrete poetry / Week 4: CoBrA / Week 5: British Poetry Revival

The Poet is a Boxer – February Wed 5th at 8pm at the Poetry Library, Southbank centre
A conceptual look at the world of boxing, with discussion, readings and screenings, all seeking to capture the profound complexities of this unique sport, featuring Italian poet Gabriele Tinti amongst others. I shall be reading from my book Fights. To rsvp specialedition@poetrylibrary.org.uk

Wrogowie: February Sat 11th at the Rich Mix Arts Centre
a Polish enemies project. 5 pairs of poets from Poland & the UK premiere original collaborations, beginning a year long engagement between contemporary Polish poetry & their British peers in collaboration & translation, featuring Marcus Slease & Grzegorz Wroblewski, Joanna Rzadowska & Francesca Lisette, Ula Chowaniec & Amy Cutler, Piotr Gwiazda & myself, Adam Zdrodowski & Philip Terry. Supported by the Polish Cultural Institute http://www.polishculture.org.uk/ & UCL SSEES http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ssees

Central St Martins showcase – February Mon 24th at St Martins Campus
February Mon 24th 2pmat St Martins Campus
A performance and then practise discussion with Dr.Diane Silverthorne as part of the Central St.Martins performance arts showcase lecture series for undergraduate students.

Annexe: introducing launch: February Wed 26th at Candid Arts Trust
Annexe presents a launch of two new pamphlets by myself and Tom Chivers, as part of their introducing series. My work will be part of my Vikings sequence, entitled the Whale Hunt.

Bill Griffiths celebration reading: March Sat 1st at 7.30pm at Goodenough college
Working with Reality street publishing and the editor of the second collected volume of Bill Griffiths poems, Alan Halsey, to present an evening launching that volume and celebrating the work of one the great vanguard poets of the late 20th century with readings from Geraldine Monk, Allen Fisher, Harry Gilonis, Robert Sheppard +. To RSVP ken@realitystreet.co.uk

Lyrikline - in 2014 I will be publishing a series of poets on http://www.lyrikline.org/ one of the world's biggest resources of translated poetry, attempting to redress the lack of contemporary British-based English language experimental poetry in translation in my role as UK editor. First set of poets published early March.

Translation Games – March Wed 5th at 9pm at the Poetry Library, Southbank centre
“We 'translate' things every day, from one language to another, from one action to another.
Ricarda Vidal and Jenny Chamarette, co-curators of Translation Games invite a range of artists and practitioners to 'translate' a selection of concrete poetry into live forms incorporating performance, sound, visual and digital art.” I shall be live writing on the night. To rsvp specialedition@poetrylibrary.org.uk

Fjender – March Sat 15th at the Rich Mix arts centre
Danish Enemies: 3 pairs of poets from Denmark & the UK premiere original collaborations, featuring 3 of Europe’s most innovative and exciting poetic practitioners in Morten Sondergaard, Martin Glaz Serup and Cia Rinne. Supported by the Kulturstyrelsen – Litteratur, Danish Agency for Culture http://www.kulturstyrelsen.dk/english/ with thanks to the Danish Embassy in London. http://storbritannien.um.dk/

the Wordpharmacy – March 15th to 31st at the Hardy tree gallery with a Special view reading on March Sat 22nd.
Morten Sondergaard’s utterly unique and brilliant poetry project in exhibition for the first time in London “The Wordpharmacy consist of ten medicine boxes, each representing one of the ten word classes. Each box contains a leaflet that functions as an instructional poem, guiding the reader’s ingestion of the given word class. If you lack verbs in your life or if you want to know whether you can use prepositions if you are pregnant or you are in desperate need of numerals, then help is at hand.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HvlealRgek

Hidden Door festival Camarade – March Saturday 29thth in Edinburgh
A special edition of the Camarade series for this brilliant Edinburgh arts festival. Featuring Samantha Walton, Colin Herd, Ryan Van Winkle, Iain Morrison, Graeme Smith, nick-e melville and others, with around 8 pairs of poets reading original collaborations for this event. Also the beginning of Auld Enemies, the Enemies project in Scotland.

Fjender (in Copenhagen) – April 1st-7th
The second leg of the Fjender project, I will be reading in Copenhagen alongside Morten Sondergaard, Martin Glaz Serup & others, as well as curating a short-run exhibition of my work and the Enemies project in the Danish capital. Supported by Arts Council England international development fund.

P.O.W. (Vikings) very privileged to be the penultimate issue of the Concrete poetry poster series edited by Antonio Claudio Carvalho, with Hansjorg Mayer being the very final issue. My work, Vikings, has six poems rendered into the shape of the Futhark, the first six magical letters of the elder runic alphabet. http://blutkitt.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/the-vikings-are-coming-from-pow.html

Under the Volcanoes by Grapsas press – My collaboration with Holly Pester is to be published in a boutique edition by Grapsas press edited by Alex Latter. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAbVvohKWP0

& other works to be published in following editions of:
- Gorse http://gorse.ie/ an amazing 260 pages of rarified modernist material, who were kind enough to run this profile on me http://gorse.ie/introducing-sj-fowler/
- the Wolf http://www.wolfmagazine.co.uk/ over a decade of publication, edited by James Byrne, delighted to appear in issue 30.
- the Honest Ulsterman http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Honest_Ulsterman a legendary magazine resurrected by Darran Anderson & co
- Huellkurven http://huellkurven.net/ the most exciting repository for sound art and sound poetry in Europe, out of Austria, edited by Joerg Piringer amongst others, I'm in issue 2 here http://www.huellkurven.net/magazine.php
- Annexe http://annexemagazine.com/books/annexe-introducing/ dynamic publishing and events enterprise, edited by Nick Murray, will be launching a suite of my Vikings poems in late February.
- Privileged to be involved in the second Revolve:R project, curated by Ricarda Vidal & co, it is a really beautiful publication revolutions of responsive and collaborative works between artists and poets http://ricardavidal.com/test/revolver/revolver-edition-one/

Like Starlings & the Enemies project: May Saturday 3rd (TBC)
An event between the longstanding collaborative poetry journal, founded by Caleb Klaces and its shared concerns with the Enemies project, exploring the many brilliant exchanges that have been featured so far in Like Starlings through innovative, collaborative performances.

Poetry in Collaboration: an exhibition at the Saison poetry library: May 6th - July 6th
Very proud to be co-curating the Poetry Library’s major summer exhibition with Chris McCabe, running a full two months at the Southbank centre’s Saison poetry library. “This exhibition explores the world of poetry in collaboration including poets-with-poets, poets with visual artists and poets with musicians. Drawing on the history of collaboration, from the Surrealists to the Beats, there are also contemporary collaborative works drawing upon S.J. Fowler’s Enemies project. Amongst the work on display or on the extensive reading table will be works by Andre Breton, Ian Hamilton Finlay and Sarah Lucas with Oliver Garbay.”

Vikings at the British Museum – May Fri 9th 7.30pm in the Great Court
Curating a reading with Eirikur Orn Norddahl for the special event to be held in the Great Court of the British Museum, celebrating modern interpretations of Norse culture for the exhibition Vikings: life and legend.

Kiddy Kamarade: May Sat 10th 12 noon at the Rich mix arts centre (TBC)
A unique family poetry event in collaboration with Angela Brady and Sophie Mayer, replete with a crèche for children, welcoming an exploration of children’s poetic expression and featuring short talks by poets on the impact of parenthood on their practise, and sound recording experimentation with children participating in avant garde poetry!

Fiender – May Sat 10th  7.30pm at the Rich mix arts centre
a Norwegian Enemies project, three poets from Norway, including Endre Ruset and Joanna Rzadowska, will read their own work as well as premiering original collaborations with British poets based in London. Supported by Norla http://www.norla.no/content/view/full/78 & the Norwegian Embassy in London http://www.norway.org.uk/

Prague Microfest - May 11th to 15th 
A small reading of the Czech Republic, punctuated by the debut performance of the TRYIE collective at the Prague Microfest, alongside some of the finest innovative authors from around the world.

Baltic tour: June 5th to 15th
Riga, Latvia – a reading and workshops at the Totaldobze art centre curated by Kaspars Lielgalvis supported by the British Council. http://www.totaldobze.com
Vilnius, Lithuania – a performance collaboration with Gabriele Labanauskaite
Talinn, Estonia – reading and collaboration with / hosted by Ville Hytonen.

J&L Gibbons landscape architecture residency / London Festival of Architecture
Centralising a year long residency I am undertaking with the remarkable landscape architecture firm J & L Gibbons http://blutkitt.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/in-2014-residency-at-j-l-gibbons-award.html there will be an event or programme of events at the LFA 2014 http://www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org/

Tim Atkins celebration reading: the launch of Petrarch: June Sat 28th at Goodenenough college
Crater press are launching the entire collected Petrarch poems of Tim Atkins, one of the most extraordinary poetry sequences of the last few decades, clocking in at over 400 pages. To celebrate that book's existence and the highly influential work of Tim Atkins, a myriad of poets will read from the book alongside Tim himself.

Auld Enemies – July 8th to 26th
The Enemies project in Scotland. Proud to announce a multiple date national tour of Scotland supported by Creative Scotland featuring William Letford, nick-e melville, Colin Herd, Ryan Van Winkle, Ross Sutherland and myself writing rolling original collaborations across the breadth of the country. Each leg of the tour will feature local poets, workshops and a documentary and publication will be forthcoming.
July 9th wed - Dundee
July 10th thurs - Glasgow
July 11th fri - Edinburgh
July 12th sat - Aberdeen
July 15th tues - Shetland Isles, Lerwick
July 16th wed - Shetland Isles, Unst
July 18th fri - Orkney Islands, Kirkwall
then that coming Saturday July 26th at the Rich Mix arts centre, the Auld Enemies project will come to London for screenings, discussion and readings.

Yes but are we Enemies? – September Sat 27th at the Rich mix arts centre 
the Enemies project in Ireland confirmed beginning in London featuring original collaborations between Irish and British poets, including Christodoulos Makris, Sam Riviere, Billy Ramsell & others TBC. http://yesbutisitpoetry.blogspot.co.uk/

the TŘYIE collective – October (TBC)
A theatre based UK debut performance for the TŘYIE collective, comprising of Olga Peková, Zuzana Husárová & myself, pioneering experimental electronic literature / avant garde performance collaboration.  http://tryie.tumblr.com/

Camaradefest II – Octobber Sat 25thth at the Rich Mix arts centre
A one day collaborative festival of pairs of poets producing original pieces of poetry. Hoping to hit 100 poets in 50 pairs in 2014. Here’s 2013’s fest  http://blutkitt.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/camaradefest-videos.html

Vlak celebration reading – November (TBC)
A selection of readings, screenings and discussions celebrating five years of the immense VLAK journal, featuring work from contributors across it’s near thousand pages. www.vlakmagazine.com

Thanks to all those already confirmed to participate in the events, and to the Rich mix arts centre and all those who continue to support the Enemies project. More to come.