NOT THE OLD ADDRESS BUT THE NEW ADDRESS, CHECK THE ADDRESS NOT THE SIGN.
MONTHLY ON THE THIRD MONDAY
On the last Sunday In April, The Poetry Bomb aims to fill as many public locations as humanly possible with performances of poetry all at the exact same time.
That Poetry Bomb sounds cool! How do I get involved:
You can be a member of the Bomb Squad in one of the following ways:
1. Spreading the word
2. Attending an event and enjoying
3. Attending an event as a reader
4. Creating an event
So now that I know how I want to be involved, what do I do?
I. Spreading the word
1. Check the website for information.
2. Share it with friends
3. (The extra step): talk about it with others when you socialize or while you're at work.
II. Attending an event
1. Check the website for event locations
2. Go there and enjoy.
III. Attending an event as a reader
1. Contact us at on Facebook
2. Inform us either what specific event you'd like to attend, or where you're willing to go, so we can find a show for you.
3. Receive the show information and go.
IV. Creating an event
1. Schedule your event and performers.
2. Contact us On FaceBook and let us know where your show will be, who will be performing, and whether or not you'd be willing to let us send other performers your way and information on any regular shows you'd like us to list in Poetry Bomb advertisements.
3. Check the listing to make sure we got the information correct and wait for further information
Announcement...I have an announcement. RE: November 21st (Waiting 4 the Bus to Thanksgiving) Our feature will be Susanna Lang and that's already special, but the Open Mic will be super special. In Honor of the birthday of Lesley Heath Morrow, we will be celebrating with a Poetry Wheel.
The Poetry Wheel is an interconnected round robin where a poem must somehow connect to the poem immediately prior. this connection can be in form, theme, style, etc.
Any connection will do. "that poem was about the Blues and this poem contains the word Blue" is enough of a connection to keep the Wheel of Poetry turning.
I warn you early because this exercise is not for the faint of heart or people with only written 6 poems.
Write On, brothers and sisters, Write On!
APRIL IS NATIONAL POETRY MONTH