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Video: Sparrow for President

KW writes: Sparrow, famous among NYC poetry circles, is running for President of the United States (again). Below is an exclusive interview from back-stage at The Poetry Project’s annual New Year’s Day Poetry Marathon.

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About the video…

You can find out more about (the nonpartisan, nonprofit, community organization) The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s in NYC: poetryproject.org

I also have photos from the New Year’s Day Poetry Marathon at my Flickr account, see various photos and group shots: here. (And see bottom of this post for more photos from that day…)

You can find Sparrow’s campaign website at sparrowforprez.com

The interview includes Sparrow’s thoughts on: Sudoku; postage stamps; Wavy Gravy and Nobody for President; and various third parties.

Video Director: Kimberly Wilder
Key Grip: Ian Wilder.

More photos from The Poetry Project’s New Year’s Day Poetry Marathon:

A whole set of photos from a Foamola rehearsal (which I think of as a study in disorganized organization) is: here.

A whole set of photos from Steve Earle‘s reading (which I think of as a study in “Can you notice when a bearded man smiles?”) is: here.

Poetry Project: Crowd, center

The Poetry Project: New Year's Day 2011

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