Calling All Poets (CAPS), June 9, 7 PM, Livestream/Live Audience
Join the writers Mike Jurkovic, for Calling All Poets (CAPS) on Thursday, June 9, 7 PM, from Green Kill, featuring the poets Brian J. Liston, Cheryl A. Rice, and Gary Siegel.
Join the writers Mike Jurkovic, for Calling All Poets (CAPS) on Thursday, June 9, 7 PM, from Green Kill, featuring the poets Brian J. Liston, Cheryl A. Rice, and Gary Siegel. The event will be livestreamed on the Green Kill Sessions YouTube Channel and will be open to a live audience of 30. Tickets are 3 dollars. Go here to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/calling-all-poets-caps-june-9-7-pm-livestreamlive-audience-tickets-353919200857
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In addition, in-person audience members will also receive a livestream link which they can watch later.
This audience is limited to 30.
Because COVID is still a potential hazard guests attending the livestream in person must be masked and vaccinated.
Brian J. Liston
An autistic poet of 20 plus years, Brian J. Liston’s poems have appeared in Chronogram, Riverine: An Anthology of Hudson Valley Writers (Cod Hill Press) and his chapbook, Through Autistic Eyes.
Since 2017, Brian documents his life experiences on The Autistic SuperBlog, which he hopes will inspire and encourage others who are struggling.
Cheryl A. Rice
Cheryl A. Rice: I first saw myself around the age of four. We lived on the first floor of a house, a greyhound upstairs. There was a broken-down pavilion in the yard we were warned to stay away from, stars piercing the roof.
I am supported by those ancient stars, paid to excess by the moon and her fickle appearances. Support comes first from within. If there is any applause about, enjoy it for what it is—the current phase of consent.
Gary Siegel loves poetry and is carried forward in putting it to paper by the inspirations he finds in strange places and by the dogged work the poets around him display regularly and for years.
CAPS president Mike Jurkovic hosts the monthly Livestreams. AmericanMental (Luchador Press, 2020)