I’m spending today trying not to FREAK OUT about tomorrow’s reading in Bryant Park (see below). Now, I’m sure the reading will go well. I’ve read through my selections, practiced in front of a mirror, and I’m visualizing the reading going well. Still, I have butterflies.
So, what do you do before a big reading or speech? How do you prepare? Any suggestions, techniques, or rituals.
My mom tells me to take a Tylenol and eat a piece of chocolate before a big event. Not sure if it works, but we all have our remedies.
Hope we have nice weather.
Word for Word Poetry
CavanKerry Press Poerty
Bryant Park Reading Room, NYC
Tuesday, June 23
7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Presenting exceptional works of "poetry and prose" from the writers of CavanKerry Press:
Joan Cusack Handler
If you're around, please stop by. Or just send good vibes my way on Tuesday!