Monday, August 29, 2011

September Sunday Kind of Love


Sunday Kind of Love


Rachel Eliza Griffiths &

Mahogany Browne

Rachel Eliza Griffiths

Mo Browne

Sunday September 18, 2011

Busboys & Poets

2021 14th St. NW

Washington, DC 20009

Hosted by:
Sarah Browning and Katy Richey

Co-Sponsored by:
Busboys and Poets, Split This Rock and
Fall for the Book

Fall For the Book

Suggested Donation: $5

As always, open mic follows!

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Rachel Eliza Griffiths is a poet and a photographer. She is the author of Miracle Arrhythmia (Willow Books), The Requited Distance (Sheep Meadow Press), and her newest collection poetry, Mule & Pear (New Issues Poetry & Prose), will be published this fall. A Cave Canem Fellow and recipient of numerous fellowships, Griffiths' literary and visual work has been widely published. Currently, she teaches creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College.

Mahogany Browne, a Cave Canem Fellow, is the author of several books including Swag & Dear Twitter: Love Letters Hashed Out On-line, recommended by Small Press Distribution & listed as About.comBest Poetry Books of 2010. She has released five LPs including the live album Sheroshima. As co-founder of the Off Broadway poetry production, Jam On It, and co-producer of NYC's 1st Performance Poetry Festival: SoundBites Poetry Festival, Mahogany bridges the gap between lyrical poets and literary emcee. Her journalism work has been published in magazines Uptown, KING, XXL, The Source, Canada's The Word and UK's MOBO. She is an Urban Word NYC mentor, as seen on HBO's Brave New Voices and facilitates performance poetry and writing workshops throughout the country. She is the publisher of Penmanship Books, a small press for performance artists and owns PoetCD.Com, an on-line marketing and distribution company for poets. Mahogany is currently host and curator of the Friday Night Slam at the famous Nuyorican Poets Cafe.

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