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Dominic Hoey, Michael Pedersen, Omar Musa National Tour Announced

Dominic Hoey, Michael Pedersen, Omar Musa National Tour Announced

C.C. / Tuesday 24th September, 2019 10:27AM

Tāmaki Makaurau wordsmith Dominic Hoey, who sometimes goes by the moniker of Tourettes, is releasing his third book of poetry I Thought We’d Be Famous via Dead Bird Books this October, and is embarking on a national release tour alongside Malaysian-Australian author, rapper and poet Omar Musa and Scottish poet, writer and animateur Michael Pedersen. Hoey recently appeared in Tom Scott's Don’t Quit Your Day Job documentary reciting his poem 'How To Lose Money And Entertain People' – the author, playwright and poet's new collection follows his best-selling 2018 debut novel Iceland, and was succinctly described by the artist in conversation with denizen as "about Channing Tatum and Edward Furlong and Chilli the Pomeranian and the teacher who beat us half to death and killing your landlord and sleeping with zombies and falling in love so hard you wake up concussed."


Dominic Hoey, Michael Pedersen, Omar Musa New Zealand Tour

Thursday 7th November - Verb Festival Poetry Showcase, Meow, Wellington
Friday 8th November - The Royal Hotel, Featherston
Saturday 9th November - Caroline, Wellington
Wednesday 13th November - Deville, Nelson*
Thursday 14th November - Mussel Inn, Golden Bay
Friday 15th November - Blue Smoke, Christchurch
Saturday 16th November - Wine Cellar, Auckland*

Tickets available HERE via UTR* (waged and unwaged options available)


Experience recent live footage of Dominic Hoey reciting 'Dead Landlords Ltd.' for 95bFM's Out On The Freak live music series...


'I Thought We’d Be Famous' is out via Dead Bird Books on Thursday 24th October.

Links
facebook.com/tourettesone/
facebook.com/omarmusaqbn/
twitter.com/scribepedersen
deadbirdbooks.com/

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