About

Words& innovative poetry and spoken word evening. Organised by Mary Jacob in association with the Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Words& features invited guest poets in conjunction with literary journals such as Poetry Wales, New Welsh Review, Planet: the Welsh Internationalist, and more. To perform at the open mic, please sign up at the Performance Studio at 6:30. All types of poetry are welcome, including Welsh, English and other languages. For more information, please see https://wordsandwordspoetry.wordpress.com/contact-form/. Sbardunodd Words& noson arloesol o farddoniaeth a gair llafar. Trefnir Words& gan Mary Jacob ar y cyd â Chanolfan y Celfyddydau Aberystwyth gan gynnwys beirdd gwadd yn ogystal â chylchgronau llenyddol megis Poetry Wales, New Welsh Review, Planet: the Welsh Internationalist, a mwy. Os ydych am berfformio yn y meic agored, cofrestrwch am 18:30 yn y Stiwdio Berfformio, os gwelwch yn dda. Mae croeso i bob math o farddoniaeth gan gynnwys y Gymraeg, y Saesneg ac ieithoedd eraill. Am ragor o wybodaeth, ewch i https://wordsandwordspoetry.wordpress.com/contact-form/

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  1. Hello
    I am a novice to poetry events but may be interested in participating on 3/12.
    I have written poems for many years and lately combined this with images and narration using windows movie maker.
    So far, I have completed 4 such combinations, which appear to fall in the cross-art-form category, but I am not certain if this correct.
    I have put these on a CD, so is this acceptable?
    Are there other poets using the same format?
    Is it possible to bring the CD and use a computer to play one or two of them?
    Thanks for reading this, please reply if possible.
    Ian Roberts

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    1. Ian, thanks for your interest. The open mic slots are five minutes. Are some of your videos on line somewhere? Please feel free to use the contract form tab above and we can discuss it. I’m very interested to see your work.

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