…is here!

Incredible new book of old stuff by Julie Doucet.
All bilingual!
Available in Quebec bookstores and on this site
starting october 3rd.

Look at what Julie Doucet says on her tumblr : here. 


Images from a submarine celebration

This past may 12th, at the chic Sala Rossa in Montreal, there was an amazing evening of music and poetry for the benefit of the slow bilingual cultural paper  Le Bathyscaphe. For those who could not attend, and for those who just love moments from the past, we have put online on Vimeo some extracts from the great performances of that evening. You'll find right here a list of the artists that took part in the evening : you only have to click on the name of any of them to play a scientifically preserved extract of the performance he gave on that night. 

Sadly these links don't work anymore as of sunday september 29th 2013.
Some of the artists have posted their video on youtube (among them Gabriel Levine and Myriam Gendron).

Byron Coley reads from his poems. Live french translation from Marie Frankland 
and guitar by Bill Nace.

Charles Plymell reads from his poems.
Pam Plymell reads a french translation.

Charles Plymell reads from his poems 
with Mauro Pezzente on bass.

Myriam Gendron sings the songs she created
from Dorothy Parker's poems
with Laurence Gendron on cello and backing vocals.

Gabe Levine sings his songs 
backed by Keiko Devaux on piano.

World premiere of  Le Clou de la Gang
featuring Simon Drouin, Julie and Zachary Delorme,
Danya Ortman and Jasmin Cloutier. 

Greg Webber and his band Kill Chicago.

Urbain Desbois and his guest drummer.

Thanks to all the artisst for their presence
and to Julie Bourbonnais and Éric Néron for the videos.