Tuesday, October 05, 2010
Bards & Brews: Birmingham Public Library November Poetry Slam
The Birmingham Public Library hosts its second poetry slam on November 5 at the Central Library. BPL’s October slam showcased both veteran slammers and first-timers—and a great time was had by all. Held on the first Friday of each month (except December), slams are emceed by poetry slam events director Brian “Voice Porter” Hawkins. Each contestant contributes $5 to the pot, and winner takes all. Southern Fried Slam rules will be observed. Supreme Beverage Company will donate beer for sampling. Slam participants must be 18 years or older. IDs will be checked. Live music at 6:30 p.m. Call time is 7:00 p.m. Check out the Bards & Brews page on Facebook for more information. Word up, y’all!
Bards & Brews: Birmingham Public Library Poetry Slam Series
1st Friday of every month (except December)
6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Live music and sign-up is at 6:30
Call time is at 7:00
Brian Hawkins (AKA Brian Porter) will serve as emcee for the Bards & Brews poetry slam. He is a full-time performance artist and poetry slam events director. Mr. Hawkins has hosted "On Stage at the Carver" at the Carver Theater, the longest running poetry open mic in Birmingham (almost 7 years running). He has hosted numerous additional events of this nature and has also performed his own works many times and across the country.
By Tressa at October 05, 2010
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