great weather presents spoken word sundays NYC

by Jane on July 26, 2017

September 10, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The Parkside Lounge
317 E Houston St
New York, NY 10002
$3 donation appreciated. Two drink minimum (any drink incl. non-alcoholic, coffee is available)
George Wallace

Featuring Jameson Bayles, David Huberman, and Shawn Pavey

Hosted by George Wallace

Plus open mic

21+jameson bayles

JAMESON BAYLES is a roving correspondent for Poetrybay and his work has been published in numerous literary journals and magazines; most recently in Poems-For-All, Hedgerow, The Ambriel Revolution, Thirteen Myna Birds, Rusty Truck, Your One Phone Call, and on Currently, his work can be found in the collaborative reader A Case For Ascension (Asinimali Publications, 2015), the 2016 Hessler Street Poetry Fair Anthology (Crisis Chronicles Press) and Delirious- A Poetic Celebration of Prince (Night Ballet Press, 2016) and his solo work legends of doe hoe (Spartan Press, 2017). Jameson resides in Kansas City, Missouri.

shawn paveySHAWN PAVEY is the author of Talking to Shadows (Main Street Rag Press, 2008) and Nobody Steals the Towels From a Motel 6 (Spartan Press, 2015). He co-founded The Main Street Rag Literary Journal and served as an Associate Editor for three years. He served as an officer on the Board of Directors at The Writers Place, a Kansas City based literary non-profit. He has poems in the following published and forthcoming anthologies: Gimme Your Lunch Money: Heartland Poets Speak Out Against Bullies and Bullying (Paladin Publishing), Prompts: A Spontaneous Anthology (W 39 Press), Finding Zen In Cow Town (Spartan Press), and Poor Yorick’s Almanac (Spartan Press). His poetry, prose, and journalism has appeared in numerous national and regional publications. A graduate of the University of North Carolina’s Creative Writing Program, he likes his Tom Waits loud, his bourbon single barrel, and his basketball Carolina Blue.

david hubermanDAVID HUBERMAN has work published in Evergreen Review, A Gathering of Tribes, Long Shot, Icon, and many other literary journals. He’s performed at The Public Theater, PS 122, and LaMama Theater and many other performance venues.

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