We are back at Valentine’s for the final slam of 2013 & we’re celebrating the holiday season the only way we know how, with the Airing of Grievances!
Coming up this week, there are seven days of readings, events, and open mics great featured performances by Brian Dorn and Cornelius Eady.
Local poet Tim Verhaegen will read from his work at the Third Thursday Poetry Night at the Social Justice Center on Thursday, December 19.
We return to McGeary’s in downtown Albany on Monday, December 30, for the Holiday Hangover edition of Poets Speak Loud, the last PSL of 2013.
There is a lot going on in the world of spoken word and poetry on the web. Here are a few of the interesting things that caught my eye this week.
The December edition of the Caffe Lena Poetry Open Mic featuring poets from “Slant of Light: Contemporary Women Writers of the Hudson Valley”.
The College of Poetry will have a big day on December 7 with a workshop by Gary Whitehead then Poetry on the Loose featuring Susanna Rich.
On Tuesday, December 3 we start the next phase of Season Three with Nitty Gritty Slam #59 at Valentines with the special Dead Poet Slam.
We are heading into Thanksgiving week with a lot of poetry events going on in between the turkey and shopping as we kick off the holiday season.
It’s all over Facebook. People are posting “Things You Didn’t Know About Me”. Finding herself incredibly interesting, here is Mary’s list.
The last Yes! Poetry and Performance show of the semester is Friday night, November 22, with Ossian Foley & Shira Dentz and a film by Maureen Jolie Anderson.
Other People’s Poetry (or Prose) with guest reader Daniel Nester reading from the new anthology he edited, The Incredible Sestina Anthology.
It was a small, but attentive gathering for our featured poet, Chad Lowther, at Don Levy’s Live From The Living Room series at The Pride Center.
We return to McGeary’s on Monday, November 25 for the pre-Thanksgiving edition of Poets Speak Loud with featured reader Annie Petrie Sauter.
The week kicks off on Sunday with the new series at the Social Justice Center, OPP – Other People’s Poetry (or Prose), featuring Daniel Nester.
Home Planet News is announcing a new online publication on homeplanetnews.org and they want you to submit work and be part of this new project.
On November 23 the Bright Hill Literary Center will hold a marathon reading and open house to celebrate 21 years of readings and publishing books.