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POETRY SLAM in Princeton

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  • Peter Murphy
    Wanted: Poets to Honor national poetry month by participating in the April Poetry Slam. Wednesday, April 23rd 8:00 pm Barnes & Noble, Market Fair, 3535 Route 1
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 12, 2003
      Wanted: Poets to Honor national poetry month by participating in the April Poetry Slam.
      Wednesday, April 23rd 8:00 pm
      Barnes & Noble, Market Fair, 3535 Route 1 South in Princeton, NJ

      Back by popular demand, our Slam-Master Extraordinaire, John Timpane,
      Ph.D. - will lead a fun and competitive poetry slam.

      This is one of the most exciting events of the year. Poets wishing to slam,
      please call Nancy 609-716-1570 to register. Everyone is invited to join the audience
      and judge the competition.
    • Peter Murphy
      POETRY SLAM in Princeton (featuring special guest slammaster Postmidnight) Friday, October 8 @7:30 pm The Arts Council of Princeton Paul Robeson Building 102
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 4, 2004
        POETRY SLAM in Princeton

        (featuring special guest slammaster Postmidnight)

        Friday, October 8 @7:30 pm
        The Arts Council of Princeton
        Paul Robeson Building
        102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton

        $6 at the door

        To reserve a spot in either the OPEN or MASTER division, please contact
        Janet Stern at 609-924-8777 or at jstern@...

        Two Divisions:
        OPEN and MASTER
        (prizes for the winner of each division)
        The OPEN division begins the evening. It encourages young people and
        newcomers to try slamming.

        Following is the MASTER division, which challenges seasoned slammers to
        compete on a higher level.

        All poetry must be original, and the quality of the performance is as important
        as the quality of the writing. Each poet has a time limit of three minutes. Poetry
        Slams are pared-down events: poets are not permitted to use props,
        costumes, or music. Judges are selected at random from the audience.
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