Women Writers of the Triad Hosts Poets and Open Mic with Tate Street Coffee

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Second Saturday, September 14th, at Tate Street Coffee House, at 7:00pm.

Featured poets are Ann Deagon and Michael Gaspeny. This is going to be WONDERFUL.

Michael Gaspeny won the 2012 Randall Jarrell Prize for “Shore Drive.” His latest chapbook Vocation is available from Main Street Rag.

Ann Deagon

Ann Deagon‘s work includes There is No Balm in Birmingham, The Polo Poems, Carbon 14, and Poetics South. She was named Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poet for 2011-2012.

After the reading, an open mic follows. Bring a poem, bring a song, or just come and grab a coffee or a glass of wine and listen. We had a huge turnout for open mic last month so space may be limited. Bring your best work and get there early!

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Women Writers of the Triad and Tate Street Coffeehouse announce Second Saturdays

Women Writers of the Triad is pleased to announce Second Saturdays at Tate Street Coffee House, starting in August. Mark your calendars for wonderful evenings of poetry and community.

We’ll have Featured Poets* followed by open mic. Come out and support the amazing talent in the area and have a wonderful evening.

Starts at 7:00pm, goes til about 9:00pm.

August 10 — Featured poets:  Kelly Rae and Jessie Carty

September 14 — Featured poets:  Ann Deagon and Michael Gaspeny

October 12 — Featured poets:  Jaki Shelton Green and Terry Kennedy

November 9 — Featured poets:  Steve Cushman and Jacinta White

*Featured Poets to be announced.