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  • Susan Donahue
    speaking in tongues | chicago calling 2012 Monday, 1 October 2012, 7pm Powell’s Bookstore University Village 1218 S. Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60607 poetry
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 28, 2012


      speaking in tongues | chicago calling 2012

      Monday, 1 October 2012, 7pm
      Powell’s Bookstore
      University Village
      1218 S. Halsted Street
      Chicago, IL 60607
      poetry and prose:
      Paul Friedrich (Chicago)
      Charlie Newman (Chicago)
      Jian Ping (Chicago)
      Chris Song Zijiang (Hong Kong)
      Yang Qian (Shenzhen)
      visual art:
      Neese Aguilar (Chicago)
      Mary Ann O’Donnell (Shenzhen)
      Debby Sou Vai Keng (Macao)
      Regina Schroeder (Boston)
      Steven Schroeder (Chicago)
      visual art will remain on display through October

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    • Susan Donahue
      Molly Malone s Literary Open Mic and Reading Series Featured Reader Poet, Performer, Politician   Scott DeKatch       Monday, Nov 12 7:30-9:30 7:00 open
      Message 2 of 3 , Nov 5, 2012


        Molly Malone's
        Literary Open Mic and Reading Series

        Featured Reader
        Poet, Performer, Politician  
        Scott DeKatch
             

        Monday, Nov 12
        7:30-9:30
        7:00 open mic sign-up

        $5 if you can
        $3 if you can't

        Molly Malone's
        7652 W. Madison
        Forest Park, IL

        (five blocks north of the Blue Line / DesPlaines Ave)


        Molly's Reading
        second Monday of every month
        mark your calendars, Dec 10.

        About This Month's Featured Reader:

        Scott DeKatch studied creative writing at Bowling Green State University where he also fronted a rock band and ran a failed campaign for city council. He has lived in Chicago since 2000 and his work has appeared in Seine und Werden, Monday Night, Creative Soup and other publications. In his spare time he plays guitar and sings in a rock band with another Bowling Green alum.    



        Hosts Nina Corwin and Albert DeGenova invite you to the Molly Malone's Open Mic and Reading Series. Be part of one of the longest running and most highly respected open mics in the Chicago area. It also has the reputation for being one of the most welcoming venues in the city. The reading series was launched by River Oak Arts and Charlie Rossiter in 1998; Nina and Al have co-hosted since 2002.
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