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POETRY CARTEL: COMING EVENTS
Poetry Thursdays is hosted by the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel every week at the
Midtown Scholar Bookstore, 1302 N. 3rd St. 17102. 7-- 9pm
This week, January 15, Joslin Kearse will be a the cartel's special guest host.
Kearse, who performs under the stage name "Soul Cry," recently represented the United
States, traveling to Macedonia to perform at the International Poetry Festival Ditėt e
Naimit. She's only the second spoken word artist to represent the U.S. at the event.
January 22-- an open reading, hosted by Anna Jayne
January 29 -- Marty Esworthy will be hosting an open reading

February 5-- an open poetry reading, hosted by Anna Jayne
February 12-- Valentine. Below the Belt-- featuring Midstate poets reading genre-bending erotic poetry by women or all ages, races and sexualities.
February 19-- Tom Blomain, Scranton poet, author of two full-length poetry collections:
Blues From Paradise (Foothills Publishing) and Gray Area (Nightshade Press).
February 26-- an open poetry reading, hosted by Marty Esworthy

http://www.harrisburgmagazine.com/November-2014/The-Almost-Uptown-Poetry-Cartel/
https://bravogroupvoice.wordpress.com/2013/02/11/spotlight-the-midtown-scholar-bookstor
e/

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"What is called eloquence in the forum is commonly found to be rhetoric in the study." Thoreau, Walden



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