September 27, 2012

Thursday September 27, 2012

The fourth installment of Bouldering Poets will be an evening of spoken word poetry, visual art, and walking the ever disappearing line between the electric and acoustic realm. The night will end with an open mic. $3 cover.

Lindsay King-Miller is a poet who recently received her MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in various places in print and online, including The Nervous Breakdown, Muzzle, decomP, Barely South Review, and Bombay Gin. She also writes the advice column “Ask A Queer Chick” for The Hairpin.

Helicopterbearshark is an eclectic musician who, through looping, creates soundscapes full of harmonies and melodies. Guitar and drums are typically the driving force but anything from violin to clarinet can find its way into the mix. As for the mix, it can develop just as easily into an electronic, high energy drum and bass feel, to a beautiful, melodic groove with the power of an orchestra, moving the listener spiritually as well as physically.

Diana K. McLean is a poet, visual artist, and the founder/editor of Poetic Justice (www.poetic-justice.org), an online home for writing on social justice topics. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Naropa University in 2009. Her first love is poetry, but she also writes personal essays, memoir, book reviews, and sermons, and teaches creative writing to groups of all ages. She still believes words can change the world.

Bouldering Poets is proudly sponsored by Monkey Puzzle Press, an independent literary publisher based out of Boulder. For more information about Monkey Puzzle Press, please visit monkeypuzzlepress.com

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