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Activist Poets’ Roundtable 2/8/09 NYC

Next Activist Poets’ Roundtable

Sunday, February 8

7:00 – 9:30 pm

339 Lafayette St., Manhattan—Ring buzzer #11

(Corner of Bleecker St.)

The roundtable is a space for activist poets and friends to gather and share poetry with each other. Everyone is invited. Time will be allocated equally for all participants to read one or more poems. You may read original work, or poems that you admire written by another. There is no limitation on style or content—though poetry based on themes of peace, social justice, and human solidarity is a focus. Observers who simply want to listen are also welcome. (The meeting room is two flights up with no elevator. Sorry for any inconvenience.)

The Roundtable takes place on the second Sunday of alternate months,
so future events are planned for April 12, June 14, etc.

For further information send an email to: stblm@optonline.net.

Put “ROUNDTABLE” in the subject line.

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