In response to public concerns about the Coronavirus, this event has been canceled as a precautionary step. All other Green Kill events will continue as planned in April unless otherwise announced. Green kill has taken steps to sanitize the space and Green Kill uses an air circulating and air filtration system. Green Kill will will comply will the local emergency procedures.
On Thursday, March 26 at 8 PM, sign-up 7:30 PM, Andy Clausen, Pamela Twining and Kim Spurlock will present Afterbeat Poetry plus a grand open reading This is a special event feature of the Words Carry Us Poetry Series at Green Kill. BYOB. A contribution of 3 dollars would be appreciated.
About Andy Clausen
Allen Ginsberg wrote Andy Clausen inherited Neal Cassady’s American Energy Transmission. He also called him the future of the American Beat Poetry movement. Andy is the author of “Beat, The Latter Days of the Beat Generation,” a first-hand account, as well as “Home of the Blues,” “30th Century Man,” “The Iron Curtain of Love” and many more. He’s read all over the north American continent and Kathmandu.
About Kim Spurlock
Kim Spurlock is a poet-scholar of Mid 20th century American queer folklore, reading from “1948,” a work in progress.
About Pamela Twining
Pamela Twining has traveled the US with her partner poet Andy Clausen, performing her work in California, Colorado, New York City, Michigan Wisconsin and places in between. Her work has appeared in “Big Scream,” “Big Hammer, , “PoetryBay,” “the Café Review,” “Napalm Health Spa,” and “Heyday!,” among others. With Andy Clausen, she is co-curator of “The Invisible Empires of Beatitude” page at The Museum of American Poetics )www. poetspath.com) and for several years, she co-produced the Janine Pommy Vega Poetry Festival in Woodstock, NY, where she and Any Clausen reside. She is author of four chapbooks— “I have been a river..” (2011) “Utopians & Madmen” (2012), “A Thousand Years of Wanting; the Erotic Poetry of Pamela Twining” (2013) and “renegade Boots” (2019). A book of selected poems will be published in the fall of 2020 by Endpaper Press.
About Green Kill
Green Kill is a multi-use performance space dedicated to a diverse and growing creative community. Green Kill’s mission is to create artistic opportunities through peer to peer organization of talented and dedicated visual, performing and literary artists.
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