Bike Poems

by Dean Firth

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A collection of loosely narrative poems about bicycles and cycling in London. The narrator casts himself as an unhinged but loveable antihero and tells us tales which are sometimes moving, sometimes hilarious but always beautifully crafted. Bold and cinematic, this is poetry for seasoned poetry lovers as well as those who simply love a good yarn.

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released October 10, 2013

Written by Dean Firth

Edited by Naomi Booth, Dulcie Few and Gus Vickery

All poems performed by Dean Firth with the exceptions of:
Cycling Home (with Walt Whitman), which was read by Chip Grim
Chase, which was read by Sam Berkson
London Labyrinth, which was read by Jo Tyabji
Crash, which was read by Cate Inglis
A Confession, which was read by Gus Vickery

Produced and published by jib-out media ltd. 2013

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