MAY 9, 2015 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

This May’s reading brings feature poet Leeah Vickers and guest host Dave Wright to Poetry in the Brew. Both are clear voices with deep roots in our literary community.

May Feature Leeah Vickers

Leeah Vickers

Poet and storyteller Leeah Vickers thrives on painting tapestries with words—inspirational stories and perceptions from life’s ever-eventful journey. Her book Free to Fly (available around Nashville, on Amazon, and at her performances) is a peek into the soul of a freed spirit spreading her wings and embracing the tattered yet beautiful world around her. Love and hope is a constant message at the heart of her collection. Along with writing, she teaches 6th grade Literacy and loves to watch ridiculous 80’s movies with her boyfriend and pup at home. Leeah is a growing voice that SOULY desires for others to find their own and celebrate it. For others to be not afraid of their own sound. For others to speak. Because they were meant to.

May Guest Host Dave Wright

Dave Wright

Dave Wright is from Tennessee. He is an MFA Fiction student at Sewanee School of Letters. His work has appeared in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Black Heart Magazine, Calliope, The NewerYork, Caper Literary Journal, HUSMW, among other places. His first collection of poems Riverwalkers was published in 2013. He currently lives in Dickson, TN.

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2 thoughts on “MAY 9, 2015 POETRY IN THE BREW

  1. JoAn Brown Howerton says:

    Would you be interested in hearing about the Poetry Society of Tennessee?

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