APRIL 2, 2022 POETRY IN THE BREW

We’re back online, thanks to our wonderful new patrons on Patreon! A special shout out to Rhoda Thomas and Katie Thompson, who joined at the Impresario Extraordinaire level, and Hil Hoover, our very first Sustaining Member!

As the first three subscribers, they get full Brew Crew status along with a welcome gift. We’re streaming videos, sharing exclusive content, and offering membership benefits there now, so join us on Patreon!

We’ll be on zoom April 2nd at a slightly earlier start time, and the 1st Saturday of every month going forward. Sugg. $5 cover. Become a sustaining member of the Brew Crew to pay your monthly cover and earn perks: http://www.patreon.com/poetryinthebrew. We also accept Cash App $PitBNash, Venmo @ChristineRaquel, and PayPal @poetryinthebrew.

The zoom session begins at 4:45 PM CDT to allow time for everyone to arrive, get situated and say hi. Reading starts at 5:00 PM. Each poet has 4 minutes to share their words. Practice reading or reciting before the show to check the length of your material. Please be respectful of time so everyone gets a turn. Keep scrolling for signup form and zoom link.

Feature Poet James C. Floyd

James C. Floyd Jr. aka The Jefferson Street Poet is a native Nashvillian educated in its public schools and on its streets of the nineteen fifties and sixties. He is the result of those who tried to kill his spirit when he was lost, and those who prayed for him when he couldn’t pray for himself. He is a writer.

James will read from his new book Random Impulses (a collaboration with Mark McEvoy). Copies can be ordered from jstreetpoet@gmail.com at $35.00+$3.50 shipping.

EDIT. Signup is full. Join the waitlist here:

When you send the form, you will receive the confirmation on this page. An email with the list order will follow at the end of the week, before the reading. We look forward to seeing and hearing you soon!

Zoom session opens at 4:45 PM on Saturday, April 2, reading from 5-7 PM CDT:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82248909827

Based in Nashville, hosted and organized by Christine Hall. For more info: poetryinthebrew@gmail.com

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