It was a pleasure to read at the launch of edition 9 of Hand Job Zine.
The 23rd October marked the launch of Hand Job Zine issue 9.
The night consisted, mainly, of readings, beers, more readings, beers, punk band, beers, lock in, beers.
It all kicked off when the Hand Job crew rolled into the venue at 5pm, about 2 hours too early. We sat there with no idea what the night ahead would be offering. Nerves and doubt laid heavy on our minds. We didn’t have a clue if anyone was even going to come! How wrong we were.
Not only did we want to put on a night of spoken word, we wanted to make it fun. Similarly to our rebellion against the boring mainstream magazines, we wanted a night which held two fat fingers up to the monotony of poetry nights in the city. Let’s be honest, these things can be shit. You sit there staring with a lack of concentration and…
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