So it is that the first ever Single Onion Open mike was hosted by Paul Marshall. We know that the open mike portion of the show will catch on. As always here iscalgaryspokenwordpoetry produced and published by Raw Salvage so you can hear what is here even when your not. Thanks to everyone who signs our waiver and allows us to post there unique and individual works, it should be understood that all copyrights stay with the authors.What Raw Salvage produces and presents is done so with the consent of the authors and enters the public domain with their permission.
Archive for February 2009
Passion Pitch Poetry for February
Coming out of Weeds Cafe on 20th Ave NW Calgary, are the words of some staunch poets who have been here and abouts for more than a season or two. My Apologies to Ellen and also to Dale A Herrington. A technical Glitch as sent your poetry session at Weeds into the ethernet and we could not find where it got sent. maybe at some future date we can get it posted and uploaded here. For all other searchers purveyors of the spoken word we present here for you to hear what is here and know it will be a wondrous an even maybe a life altering experience. OK , maybe not, however the poets are real and the stories are their own and worth the listen and that I know for-sure. So tune in download and enjoy.
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Pages on Kensington 1135 Kensington Road NW Calgary. One of the best, if not the best independent bookstores in Calgary. The first Thursday of the month sees Simone the owner allowing Fly Wheel to invade her upper loft to bring their special brand of spoken-word to the populace. It is a great place to present or launch a project from and that must be why Ryan enjoys the podium, Fly Wheel speaks from. Fly Wheel is also the reading series responsible for the collaborative efforts creating The Filling Station magazine, a very nice read. However for us alliterates one's who like to hear whats here, this is Fly Wheel unlike the other venues this is a presentation of invited emerging and accomplished poets.
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