One event on December 19, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Banner Photo: Tom Romeo.
On Thursday, December 5 at 7:00 PM, Please join Guest Host Tom Romeo for Voice Less Readings at Green Kill featuring Wendy Stewart. A 1-5 dollar contribution is appreciated. BYOB. Free coffee served. Performers are limited to 8 minutes.
On Thursday, December 19, Tom presents Seasonal Theme Night—Christmas, Hanukkah, Solstice, Yule, Winter. Please come and share your favorite original or traditional Holiday-themed poem or spoken word piece. Seasonal refreshments will be provided. A 1-5 dollar contribution is appreciated. BYOB. Free coffee served. Performers are limited to 8 minutes.
“Tom Romeo has been sharing his poems and stories for over 20 years.
So far, no one has made any concerted effort to stop him.
He sees that as a good sign.
Publications: “Demented Love” and “Remember”?
Two chapbooks available for sale at the Green Kill Gallery.”
Wendy Stewart is a Canadian who for the past 13 years has made her home in Central New York, where she lives with her family, teaches first-year writing, and directs the Writing Center at Binghamton University. Before that, she taught literature as an adjunct at various Canadian universities and earned a certificate in Thanatology, the study of death, which made her unpopular at parties but enabled her to work in suicide prevention, grief support, and HIV education. She’s published poems, creative nonfiction, essays, humor, and artwork in Our Voices, ragazine.cc, San Pedro River Review, and The Afterlife of Discarded Objects, a digital collective story-telling project (http://theafterlifeofdiscardedobjects.weebly.com/) and book. She just finished a collection of poems, Memory Split-Entry: an Abecedarium of Living Things, which explores relationships between people as mediated through the objects they share, fight over, pass down, disavow, and covet. She frets over how few letters the alphabet has and cheats on it, a little.
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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