Chsr Poetry Slam: Speaking Poetry, the Alien Language of Choice
Broken Jaw Press, 1999 - Poetry - 60 pages
Poetry Slams are a gone-public, get-away-from-that-lonely-writer-in-a-garret-mentality, inhibition-free, no-holds theatresports for the bard in everyone. There's no time like right now to compose a poem: beer and cigarette smoke swirl inside a darkened cacophony of loud music and noise, jostling, crowded people, the clacking of balls on a pool table underneath a hanging television in the corner showing a faraway curling tournament. It's all in your head and you just have to write a poem. --Joe Blades, Poetry Slam Judge and Publisher.
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