100 THOUSAND Poets for Change, Saturday, Sept 24 @ SPLAB

September 19, 2011
Splabman

100 THOUSAND POETS FOR CHANGE
IS ORGANIZING A GLOBAL EVENT FOR SEPTEMBER 24th 2011

600 Events – 450 Cities – 95 Countries
Join other poets around the USA and across the planet, on September 24th, in a demonstration/celebration of poetry to promote serious social, environmental, and political change.

Judith Roche

100 Thousand Poets for Change Seattle (Schedule)

11a Welcome: Paul Nelson

Judith Roche emcee:

11:15: Brian McGuigan, 11:30: Eugenia Toledo, 11:45: Lawrence Matsuda, 12:00: Nilki Benitez, 12:15: Judith Roche

12:30 Break

Carolyne Wright

1P: Carolyne Wright emcee:

1:15: Deborah Woodard, 1:30: Frances McCue, 1:45: Jourdan Keith, 2:00: Carletta Carrington Wilson.

2:30: Break

3P: Paul Nelson emcee, Cedar Sigo Workshop ($20 suggested donation)

Joanne Kyger

San Francisco Renaissance (Joanne Kyger, John Weiners and Jack Spicer) and will feature Ted Berrigan’s blueprint for a poem to be written spontaneously. We ask a $20 suggested donation for the workshop.

6P: Break

8P: Cedar Sigo Reading (Hear part of an interview with Cedar Sigo discussing Lushootseed and his efforts to write about his home town.) More on the event here. This event supported by Poets & Writers, Inc.

Cedar Sigo

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