Poetry at Second Life


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From Poetry International:

PIW launches Second Life pilot project

Poetry International Web is launching a Second Life pilot project to coincide with Poetry Day in the Netherlands and Flanders. Two short films of the poets Mark Boog and Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer reading original work in Second Life will be premiered at the Red Sky Club, Cookie Island in Second Life on 30th January. The films will also be shown in Rotterdam during the Gedichtendag opening – for more information see link here.

If you are not already a Second life regular, in order to attend the screening you will need to sign up to www.secondlife.com, download the application and create yourself an avatar. The slurl for the event which will take place at 9pm CET (12pm SLT) is:
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Cookie/44/135/66

Teleport up to the Red Sky Club by right-clicking on the red column.

The screening will be followed by live entertainment. The Second Life pilot project has been made possible by the help and co-operation of the The Written Word foundation within Second Life. The Written Word group provides free space within SL for writers in all forms to socialise and to display and share their work. It is organised by published poet and fiction editor Jilly Kidd (Adele Ward in real life) and novelist Hastings Bournemouth (aka Peter Chowne).

If you cannot attend the screening, don’t worry! The short films will be added to the website after the event has taken place.

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