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Hi Zero Contemporary Poetry Readings #65

Hi Zero Sixty-Five will take place on Tuesday November 27th, and will feature readings from the following poets:

Andy Spragg

Andrew Spragg was born in London and lives there. He has written critical pieces for Bonafide, Hix Eros, The Quietus, Poetry London and PN Review. Recent poetry books include Tether//Replica(Sprialbound/Susak Press, 2015), OBJECTS (Red Ceiling Press, 2014), A Treatise on Disaster (Contraband Books, 2013) and To Blart & Kid (Like This Press, 2013). Now Too How Soon came out with Contraband Books autumn 2017. A collaborative book, Dogtown, with the artist Beth Hopkins is being published by Litmus in winter 2018.


Dominic Hale

Dominic Hale was assembled in Blackpool and now lives in Edinburgh. He helps put together the zines CUMULUS and Mote, and in August 2018 stapled a lyric-thing called Solar Panel. His long poem, Time Zone, an HD shimmy through last principles w/ Ditto, Jean Calais, Princess Peach and friends, materialised from Glasgow's SPAM Press in September 2018.


Daisy Behagg

Daisy Behagg is a queer nonbinary poet and student mental health nurse based in Brighton. They won the Bridport prize for poetry 2013. They have been widely published in journals and anthologies including The Poetry Review, Poem, The Morning Star, The Rialto, Poetry Wales, Ambit, Poems in Which and The Emma Press Anthology of Love.


The usual music from a thing, books, bar, and music. Upstairs at the Hope & Ruin, Queen's Road, Brighton.

Tuesday 27th November, £3 on the door. More info coming soon.


Accessibility Information:

The Hope & Ruin has a stepped street entrace of approx. 10-15cm, and two flights of stairs from the pub level to the venue on the first floor. There is a wheelchair accessible gender nuetral toilet on the ground floor of the pub in the stairwell, but the m/f toilets on the first floor (the venue) are not wheelchair accessible. There is a bar in the venue, and plenty of seating.

This information is not exhaustive, so If you have any other accessibility inquiries, please contact me (Joe Luna) or the venue.