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A Boston Poet Tea Party 7/30/10

http://www.bostonpoetteaparty.blogspot.com/A Summer Poetry Marathon featuring 88 local and visiting poets reading for 8 minutes apiece
Friday 7/30, 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Pierre Menard Gallery
10 Arrow St., Harvard Square, Cambridge

Saturday 7/31, 12 noon-10:00 p.m. Sunday 8/1, 12 noon-5:00 p.m.OUTPOST 186
186 1/2 Hampshire St., Inman Square, Cambridge

With readings from:

Seth Abramson, Kari Adelaide, Dena Barisano, Kish Song Bear, Jim Behrle, Ana Božičević, Oni Buchanan, Mairead Byrne, Macgregor Card, Mick Carr, Kate Colby, John Coletti, John Cotter, Amanda Cook, James Cook, Mike County, Amy D’Eath, Thom Donovan, Valerie Duff-Strauttman, Jim Dunn, Joe Elliot, Derek Fenner, Annie Finch, Greg Fuchs, Michael Franco, Elisa Gabbert, Michael Gizzi, Peter Gizzi, Kythe Heller, Mitch Highfill, Doug Holder, Fanny Howe, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Andrew Hughes, Geoff Huth, N. F. Huth, Brenda Iijima, Lauren Ireland, Boni Joi, Ellen Kennedy, Aaron Kiely, Jack Kimball, Amy King, David Kirschenbaum, Mark Lamoureux, Gerrit Lansing, Tanya Larkin, Dorothea Lasky, Ruth Lepson, Brendan Lorber, Lori Lubeski, Bridget Madden, Douglas Manson, Fred Marchant, Filip Marinovich, Chris Martin, Joseph Massey, Ben Mazur, Gillian McCain, Suzanne Mercury, Hannah K. Messler, Debrah Morkun, Jason Morris, John Mulrooney, Eileen Myles, Jess Mynes, Amanda Nadelberg, Urayoan Noel, Martha Oatis, Geoffrey Olsen, January O’Neil, Nathaniel Otting, Chad Parenteau, Kate Peebles, David Rivard, Chris Rizzo, Steve Roberts, Carlos Soto Roman, Douglas N. Rothschild, Lauren Russell, Kate Schapira, Alan Semerdijian, Minal Shekhawat, Nathaniel Siegel, Joel Sloman, Kimberly Ann Southwick, Chuck Stebleton, Aaron Tieger, Joe Torra, Dana Ward, Jacqueline Waters, Dustin Williamson, Elizabeth Willis, Rebecca Wolff, Angela Veronica Wong, Jon Woodward, and Elizabeth Marie Young.
Organized by Jim Behrle, Michael Carr, David Kirschenbaum, John Mulrooney, and Aaron Tieger
A complete schedule is available at http://www.bostonpoetteaparty.blogspot.com/
For more info contact: bostonpoetryfestival2010@gmail.com

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