Sunday, September 23, 2012

100 Thousand Poets for Change - September 29 - Boston

100 Thousand Poets for Change will have their global event on September 29 in cities all over the world. This simultaneous celebration of poetry, art, and music will engage audiences to promote social, environmental, and political change.

The Boston event takes place at the Boston Public Library.

100 Thousand Poets for Change
September 29
1-3 p.m.
Boston Public Library
Mezzanine Conference Room
Reception and Reading
Free—seating limited to 100

Featured readers include:
Charles Coe (Winner of an Artist Fellowship in Poetry from the Massachusetts Cultural Council)
Sam Cornish (Poet Laureate of Boston ~ 2008-present).
Harris Gardner (Poetry Editor, Ibbetson Street Press, and co-founder, Tapestry of Voices
Doug Holder (Founder Ibbetson Street Press, host of Community Access TV Show "Poet to Poet: Writer to Writer")
R Jeffreys (Host "The Write Step with R Jeffreys" radio show)
January Gill O’Neil (Executive Director, Massachusetts Poetry Festival).
Philip Robinson (Recipient, Audre Lorde Award for Poetry).


The event organizers were sent this letter by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. So happy to be a part of this event. Hope you can join us!


Susan Rich said...

Hey there,

Kelli and I will be reading at the event in Seattle; thinking of you!

January said...

Cool! Hope you have a terrific reading. :)


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