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Eight Voices: Finalists for the First QWF Spoken Word Prize — Nov 04, 2022 (Events)

Montreal, QC - Concordia University - 4th Space / Virtual - Registration Link Below

In an exciting world premiere, the eight finalists for the inaugural Quebec Writers’ Federation Spoken Word Prize will offer short performances showcasing their talents. The prize is open to all forms of spoken word performance, from storytelling to sound poetry, hip hop, and dub. Presented by the Quebec Writers’ Federation and Concordia’s SpokenWeb project, the event will be hosted by poet and SpokenWeb director Jason Camlot.

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Black Writers Out Loud Sunday — Nov 15, 2020 (Events)

Virtual Participation - https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/3772249115

Sunday, November 15th, 2020, at 8PM the Words & Music Show comes to you from the Sala Rossa with a special online show featuring some of Montreal’s top poets and spoken word artists in performance.

The event will feature performances by:
Roen Higgins
Fabrice Koffy
Faith Paré
Jason (Blackbird) Selman

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Tanya Davis performing “How to be Alone” (Post)

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I’ve been listening to recordings of The Words and Music Show for almost a year now. There are no shortages of standout performances in the collection, but every so often I’ll encounter something that catches me off guard with how much it resonates with the world around me in that moment of discovery.

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