is proud to launch the lounge @.HBC live studio sessions with Now Hear This! ‘After three years, Paula Varjack”s monthly live literature and art radio show on comes to a close, as part of this special *live studio session* at .HBC. Come have a listen to the show in the
making, and hang out for drinks with the guests after. Featuring interviews and short performance sets from visiting U.K. artists Oneness Sankara and Salena Godden. Followed by Dj set (in the kino) by Darko and Varjack and Strobocop &
Toulouse Low Trax in the bar!

@.HBCKarl-Liebknecht-Straße 9,23. Februar 21:00

Salena Godden’s latest collection ‘Under The Pier’ was published by hip-indie imprint Nasty Little Press in 2011. Most recently her work has appeared in Shortfire Press, Illustrated Ape Magazine, Trespass Magazine, Paraphilia, Rising, Teller Magazine, The Mechanics Institute Review published by Birkbeck University, Picador’s Punk Fiction and Parthian Books Raconteur. Her poetry featured in the three latest anthologies from Tangerine Press titled Dwang. Salena Godden hosts and produces The Book Club Boutique - Soho’s hippest literary salon – soliciting their own unique brand of Books, Booze and Boogie-Woogie. Salena features regularly on BBC’s ‘The Verb’ and ‘Bespoken Word’ and is among the poets in residence on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Saturday Live’. Salena facilitates workshops for First Story - a charity created by author William Fiennes - that aims to foster and nurture literacy and creative writing in secondary schools.
Out Now ‘UNDER THE PIER’ published by Nasty Little Press: Out Now: SIXTY-SIX Books: Now: RACONTEUR:
For quick updates twitter: @BookCBoutique or @salenagodden or @wearesaltpeter
Also check out these sites for more published work by Salena Godden: / / www.tellermagazine.comwww.eatmytangerin

OneNess Sankara

OneNess is a singer, song writer, spoken word lyricist, director and actress. Born and raised in London OneNess has been performing since the age of eight. Her exceptional spoken word/singer songwriting abilities has entertained an array of audiences, ranging from BBC Radio listeners to live venues such as Royal Festival Hall, Glastonbury Festival & Jazz Café. She has shared stages with artists such as Mica Paris, Terri Walker, Swiss, Black Twang, Dead Prez & many more. Her remarkable talent has also made her a star of the stage and screen, performing on national and international stages ranging from the USA to Norway. As a member of London’s finest poetry collective the ‘Best Kept Secret’, OneNess became the first person out side of the USA to win a prize at The Toronto International Poetry Slam, whilst the collective were on tour in Canada.
As well as developing as a performing artist she is constantly involved in supporting her community. She’s worked with women’s groups, liberation campaigns, progressive grass root organisations and student activism. Her aim is “to live and travel beyond the words she speaks and she prays that
she will be brave enough to walk the path that the ancestors have laid before her”.