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Yes But Are We Enemies – English and Irish Poets Having Words – 23/09/14

Yes, but are we enemies, 23/09/2014 @ Triskel, Cork -Reviewed by Rosie O’Regan- Yes, but are we enemies is the intriguing title for a refreshingly eclectic group of touring and local  poets. The TDC (Theatre Development Centre) at Triskel was a very suitable venue for this well attended event in Cork. It’s about twenty by sixty…

‘Whitehall Jackals’ by Chris McCabe and Jeremy Reed

-Reviewed by Billy Mills-   Whitehall Jackals is a collaborative poem sequence written by Chris McCabe, a Liverpool-born, London-based poet whose work is new to me, and long-standing British avant garde poetry landmark  Jeremy Reed. The work is a kind of psychogeographic plunge into London in alternating voices, a tangled weave of intersecting, parallel and…

Saboteur Awards 2013

Your Pick of this Year’s Best Indie Lit! Nominations are now closed, you can view the shortlist and vote for the winners here. Buy your tickets here. Once a year, to mark our birthday, we at Sabotage like to give out some awards to the publications we’ve most enjoyed during the year. In the past this…

‘Shad Thames, Broken Wharf’ by Chris McCabe

-Reviewed by Afric McGlinchey- Shad Thames, Broken Wharf is a commissioned play, or script for a short film, written by Chris McCabe. Each book is presented in a box, with a genuine relic salvaged from the river. Nice touch. The cast: Echo, a middle-aged woman from the locality, Blaise, a Northerner, the Landlord, a Londoner with…