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Featured poet Maria Nazos.
The mic is open to musicians and poets of all ages. Bring your own refreshments. Hosted by Barry Hellman and Joe Gouveia on the last Thursday of each month, January-October. Signup for poets and musicians 6:30 PM. Musicians please note: Acoustic only. No bands.
Suggested donation: $5.
Note: Time at the mic will be limited, so please plan on a brief reading/performance.
The featured poet will be Maria Nazos, author of A Hymn That Meanders, published by Wising Up Press,and the chapbook Trailer Park Heart, selected by Marge Piercy as runner-up for the 2010 Providence Athenaeum Philbrick Poetry Project Award. Her work is published or forthcoming in The Raleigh Review, Stymie Magazine, Inkwell, The Saranac Review, The anthology Wait a Minute, I Have to Take off My Bra, The Boxcar Poetry Review, The Chicago Quarterly Review, Poet Lore, The New York Quarterly, Harpur Palate, The New Plains Review, The Sycamore Review, Main Street Rag, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Tar River Poetry, and the anthology Double Lives, Reinventing, and Those We Leave Behind. She lives and writes in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Come hear Maria read and share something of your own!