My Week of Poetry Readings and a Workshop

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Lorraine Currelley, poet, writer, nurturer and founder of Poets Network & Exchange[/caption]If you enjoy poetry and all things literary then On-Line Classic Open Mic Poetry hosted by Poet Andrew Scott is the radio program for you. Tonight January 25, 2013 I was a guest along with a mosaic of  talented poets, writers and lovers of the written word. I read from Janet Stickmon’s book “Midnight Peaches, Two O’clock Patience” and “Full Breasted Women” a poem written by yours truly. This was a lovely end to a wonderful week of readings and sharing poetry.

Some of these readings included,  Spoken Word, at the New York Public Library‘s Soundview Branch, Open Expression in Harlem, hosted by CeCe Falls and Women Writer’s in Bloom Poetry Salon. At Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon I had the joy of participating with a group of talented women in an extraordinary workshop facilitated by Poet Kanika A. Wright. We were lead by Ms. Wright in Ghazal an exciting and sexy form of poetry known as Ghazal.

Open Expression in Harlem, hosted by CeCe Falls is a monthly event which includes a featured guest and open mic. Open Expression’s in Harlem is located at Lenox Coffee.

You can find Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon, Open Expressions in Harlem and On-Line Classic Open Mic Poetry on Facebook.  All venues have a friendly and welcoming vibe.
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