Brad and Ian are working with Dave Silverberg, Bookchain, Colibrio, Write Bloody North and members of the Canadian spoken word community to develop digital publishing strategies that work for spoken word artists. They will talk about how digital technology can serve spoken word artists and get feedback from the community about what you need.
Doors 3:00 PM / Start 3:30 / Havana Theatre / FREE
Brad Morden is a ukulele/poet and poetry organizer from Norfolk County, Ontario. He is one half of the folk-hop-poetry sensation Atomic Wednesday and the founder/publisher at Write Bloody North.
Ian Keteku’s poetry is an articulation of a generation’s heartbeat. A magician with syntax he conjures new realities all in an attempt to better understand our existence. Keteku is a two-time national slam champion and the 2010 World Poetry Slam champion.
Keteku has showcased his poetry and art all over the world and shared stages with some of the biggest names in music and literature.
He is currently preparing to launch his first full-length poetry collection with Write Bloody North entitled, Black Abacus.