Lewis Kenny is done with poetry. For good

It’s a special kind of gut punch, when the scene loses one of its guiding hands. It enters in an indiscriminate stab and twists viscerally, pricking a bit more every time you remember yet another vital structure, built with care by someone who was committed to moving the scene forward, now abandoned. Lewis Kenny has built a lot of structures.

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Melanie O'Donovan
Shane Koyczan: a master marionette of emotion and metaphor

Spoken word is a fluid genre that combines elements of poetry and storytelling wrapped up in sincere and thought-provoking topics spun from real life experiences, and there isn’t a more natural storyteller than Koyczan, a master at spinning hurt and heartache into poetic gold.

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