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电影天堂迅雷下载Each April, Poetry in the Community presents free poetry performances and offers a month-long series of activities in virtual and physical spaces, with participation by local poets, local literary organizations, and poetry lovers and supporters. Join us for a month-long series of events that will put Baltimore on the map showing an impressive array of poetic talent on the East Coast of the United States of the Poetic Mind.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

8th Annual Cruellest Month Poetry and Performance Festival

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Poetry in Community and Ink Press Productions presented the 8th Annual Cruellest Month Poetry and Performance Festival (CruMoPoPerFest) to celebrate National Poetry Month, joining in with the talented, quirky Baltimore community that’s got poetry running through its charming veins.

Where: Waverly Library, 400 E. 33rd Street, Baltimore, MD, 21218
When: 11:00AM, April 6, 2013

The Say What? Open mic, beat boxing with Max Bent, bookmaking, worn poetry (bring a plain shirt for poesizing), exquisite corpse (creative words assemblage), poetry-making with random objects, free poetry giveaways, and more.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Our First Fundraiser!

Please help us reward these bright young talents for all their hard work and make them all published writers before they head off to high school.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Poem Walk 2013

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8th Annual CruMoPoPerFest - April 6 - Waverly Library



Poetry in Community and Ink Press Productions present

8th Annual Cruellest Month
Poetry & Performance Festival
April 6, 2013 11am until 3pm
Waverly Branch–Enoch Pratt Free Library

On April 6th, join Poetry in Community and Ink PressProductions at the Waverly Library to kick off National Poetry Month with aFREE poetry reading and performances with the talented, quirky Baltimore community that’s got poetry runningthrough its charming veins. Open to all ages.

Also featuring:
- Beatboxing with Max Bent;
- Open mic for our audience members;
- Contribute to a poetree;
- Random object poetry and worn poetry (bring a blankshirt);
- Sidewalk chalk poetry, free poetry giveaways, & more.

Waverly Branch–Enoch Pratt Free Library
at the intersection of Barclay, University Parkway, and 33rd Street.
(400 E. 33rdStreet, Baltimore, MD 21218)

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Saturday, June 30, 2012

April 28, 2012 CruMoPoPerFest

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On April 28th, Poetry in the Community and the Waverly Library sent off National Poetry Month with a FREE poetry reading and performance featuring members of the local literary community andmembers of Waverly and surrounding neighborhoods. Special performance by Outside the Box, an interactive exploration of the Elements of Music through beatboxing, lead by Max Bent, Waverly resident and Young Audiences of Maryland Teaching Artist An open mic for our audience members will follow. Also featured were dramatic performances from Magus Magnus’ Idylls for a Bare Stage.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

April 26, 2012 CruMoPoPerFest

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Village Learning Place
2521 Saint Paul Street, 21218-4607

Just in time for prom season, a Poetic Formal. Poets and listeners came in their best (or worst) formal wear for a reading of form poems—from the traditional to the twisted. Poets Shirley Brewer, Clarinda Harriss, Bruce Sager, and Laura Shovan chaperoned an evening of glorious ghazals, sumptuous sestinas, tasty triolets, and seductive sonnets.