February 26, 2010 3:59

Scroobius Pip to release poetry book

'Poetry In (E) Motion' is due out next month

Scroobius Pip to release poetry book
Scroobius Pip has announced that he is releasing a poetry book.

Called Poetry In (E) Motion, the project started back in 2008 when Scroobius Pip asked fans over Myspace to help him illustrate a series of poems that he'd written.

"It was in equal parts torturous and joyous," Pip says on his MySpace blog. "Realising that such talented people on the other side of the world were taking such time over a little project I had dreamed up in my bedroom in Stanford-le-Hope, Essex, just added to the excitement of it all."

Including a foreword by Shaun Of The Dead actor and "hip-hop enthusiast" Nick Frost, Poetry In (E) Motion will be released in March.

Meanwhile, Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip will release their new album 'Logic Of Chance' on March 14 and will begin a tour of the UK with a show in Cambridge on March 15.

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