Wed, Mar 04|
TAP Centre for Creativity
LOMP ft. Tom Prime w. Amelia Does
Time & Location
Mar 04, 2020, 6:30 p.m.
TAP Centre for Creativity, 203 Dundas St, London, ON N6A 1G4, Canada
About The Event
Tom Prime is a PhD student in English at Western University. He has an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Victoria (Specializing in Poetry). He has a BA at Western University. He has been published in Carousel, Ditch, Fjords Review, The Northern Testicle, The Rusty Toque, and Vallum. He has forthcoming publications in Brave New Word and most recently, University of California Press's Lana Turner Journal.
His first chapbook, A Strange Hospital, was published on Proper Tales Press. His latest chapbook, Gravitynipplemilkplanet Anthroposcenesters, was published on above/ground press.
His collaborative collection of poems written with Gary Barwin, A Cemetery for Holes, is available from Gordon Hill Press.
His latest 2 chapbooks have been released on Serif of Nottingham Press. They are collaborations with Gary Barwin entitled Throat Fixtures: an Almanack of Dazzle and Birds are the birthmarks of flight.
To sample Tom's work, visit lomp.ca/tom-prime.
Amelia Does is author of 5 books, her poetry has been published by Acta Victoriana and Proper Tales Press, and her academic work has appeared in Cineforum Italia, Senses of Cinema and Incite. Amelia has worked on several award-winning documentary films screened on television networks and at film festivals worldwide. Check out her website for ridiculous music videos and other publications and projects: Ameliadoes.weebly.com
This event is fully accessible, free and open to the public. Doors open at 6pm. Tom's reading begins at 6:30pm. Tea, coffee, wine and beer are sold on site.
Deep thanks to the London Arts Council for making this event possible.