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Hot+Cross Poets [Australia]:
In Melbourne, Australia, at the Victorian Poetry Centre, they do a thing called "Hot+Cross Poets", which is a reading featuring two poets "in dialogue", where the dialogue is composed of their own poems. One poet reads, and then the other poet responds to the poem by reading a poem that he/she feels answers or adds to the poem that was just first. The poets are expected to explain in whatever way they feel appropriate; the connection of the poem they are reading to the poem they are responding to. There is also much interjection and audience participation at this event, with the audience voting for which poet they believed had the best and most appropriate or imaginative responses.
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