MARCH 8, 2014 POETRY IN THE BREW

Nashville’s Second Saturday Open Mic Poetry Reading

Located at

Portland Brew East
1921 Eastland Avenue
Nashville, TN 37206

Sign-up at 5:30
Reading starts at 6:00

March brings two Poetry in the Brew veterans to the Portland Brew East loft.

March Feature Patricia Alice Albrecht

P.A. Albrecht Headshot

Her fiction and poetry has appeared in the literary anthology, Wind Eyes, A Woman’s Reader and Writing Source, The Chrone Chronicles, Rattle, National Library of Poetry, 360 Degrees- Art and Literary Review, and CHEST, A Magazine for Thoracic SurgeonsHer chapbooks: The Value of Sacrifice (2000); deals with the theme of healing from breast cancer, and In The Shade of A Forest (2004); a focus on late-in life-motherhood.  A CD of poetry, A Touch of Pizzazz (2009); was recorded for fans of the internationally syndicated cartoon series, JEM & THE HOLOGRAMS in which she played the antagonist, PizzazzThe Tennessee Women’s Theater Project (2012); marked the debut of her latest chapbook, The Season Of Dying Mothers, and she narrated a 30 character fantasy fiction novel, War of the Seasons, Book I, The Human by Janine K. Spendlove , (2012).

Patricia has also been the featured poet at Scarritt-Bennett, Poet’s Corner, August, 2011, and June, 2012, and at the invitation of poet, Thandiwe Shiprah at the Global Education Center, in 2011, and at the 2012 and 2013 Tennessee Women’s Theater Project Women’s Work showcases.

For more information:  palice@bellsouth.net

March Guest Host Walker Bass

Walker BassIn Walker Bass’ words, he is just a dude who writes poetry. With a penchant for cerebral and lyrical lines, as well as understatement, Walker is much more than that. He is a gifted writer with a passion for poetry in all its forms, a student and a teacher of the written word.

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