great weather presents spoken word sundays NYC

by Jane on July 18, 2013

When:
July 16, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
2017-07-16T16:00:00-04:00
2017-07-16T18:00:00-04:00
Where:
The Parkside Lounge
317 East Houston Street
New York, NY 10002
USA
Cost:
$3 donation appreciated. Two drink minimum (any drink incl. non-alcoholic, coffee is available)
Contact:
Thomas Fucaloro

Featuring  John Paul Davis, Reina M. Miranda, and Maverick Walker
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Hosted by Thomas Fucaloro
Plus open mic, 21+
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John Paul Davis was born in Durham, North Carolina, and has lived in Chicago, San Francisco, Ohio, and New York City. He is a graduate of East Carolina University and DePaul University. Crown Prince of Rabbits, his first book of poetry, was published by great weather for MEDIA in 2016. His writing has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including Word Riot, The Journal, MUZZLE Magazine, RATTLE, Four Way Review, and Bat City Review. He is a former poetry editor for Em Literary and Bestiary Magazine. He helped run or host numerous poetry and variety shows including Page Meets Stage and The Encyclopedia Show. John Paul lives with his wife in New York City, where he works as a web developer, makes music and visual art, and writes poems. Check out the digital album for Crown Prince of Rabbits on Bandcamp.

Reina M. Miranda aka Sipai’naru (Red Clay Woman) was born in Washington Heights to Dominican immigrant parents who came to the United States like so many others hoping to provide a better life for their children. Reina is the eldest of four and she first found her love of poetry at the age of 18. Reina has been presenting her spoken word/poetry on the New York City Poetry circuit for over two years. Reina finds her poetic inspiration from the many people she admires and has met at various spoken word events throughout the New York tri-state area. In addition, she uniquely fuses her love of poetry and art with her passion for promoting her Taíno ancestry so she can help others get “Tainocated.” This is an educational term used when persons are informing others about the indigenous history of the Caribbean. In an effort to stay better connected to her Taíno community, Reina is a member of the Cacibajagua Taíno Cultural Society, a group dedicated to promoting Taíno culture via the arts. She is also enrolled with the United Confederation of Taíno People’s Taíno Population Census and Inter-Tribal Registry. Reina feels “knowing where you come from will help you get to where you are going.” Sipai’naru – Reina M. Miranda has presented her poetry at some of the following locations: 5C Cultural Club Capicu Poetry/ Notice Lounge The NuyoRican Poet’s Café Cemi Underground/ Taino Poetry Night Nuve’s Bar and Café HOSTOS Community College/ Momma’s Hip Hop Kitchen 2 Rebel Art Collective/ S.P.I.T La Pregunta Café/Feed The Mic Soule Restaurant/Open Mic Night Denny Moe’s Barbershop/Poetry Under the Tree. A  first time author, the name of the book is Tree of Life: The Roots of My Journey.

Maverick (Glenn) Walker is a New York born poet and entertainer. Maverick Walker strives to capture and express the chaotic absurdity and suffering that is the Human Experience, since Maverick Walker was born on Earth as a human infant to a human female, just like all of you, yes….human..muhahahahaha

 

 

 

 

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