BROOKLYN! The Poets Settlement Readings/Poetry Open Mic Series has found a NEW HOME with a NEW DATE & TIME! Their FREE POETRY OPEN MIC is now @ HALYARDS Bar & Grill (park slope) EVERY SECOND TUESDAY of the month, starting at 7:30. Now into their 4th year, Poets Settlement has been featuring some of the HOTTEST POETS & RECITERS with one of the HOTTEST OPEN MICS in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
The Poets Settlement is a reading series with a mission to connect the arts with the art-lovers. So. Art-lovers, be sure to come out to this FREE Poetry Open Mic Series and enjoy great poetry in a lovely, art-filled environment. Be sure to visit the bar – order a refreshing/relaxing drink – have a bite to eat – and enjoy The Poets Settlement!
FYI: The next Poets Settlement Reading/Featured Poet is Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 7:30-11pm, Free entry, featuring writer, poet, Michael J Seidlinger.
MESSAGE FROM THE POETS SETTLEMENT:
WELCOME to Season 4 at Poets Settlement. We have a whole new season of incredible poets. To sign-up for the December 11th open mic, please click the link here: https://poets-settlement.typeform.com/to/pAo3nk
This is a “poetry only” event.
Non-poets are encouraged to come and experience a night of live poetry and libations.
Kindly, come on time and please stick around for the featured poet and the second half of the open mic.
Ricardo Thomas Manuel Hernandez, founder of Poets Settlement, and poets/writers Shafina Ahmed, Terence Degnan & Samantha Vacca are co-hosting/co-curating the series.
RSVP TO THE December 11th event on the Facebook Invite page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1979613298770471/
ABOUT THE POETS SETTLEMENT:
“The Poets Settlement returned in November 2015 to bring back to The People its monthly Poetry/Reading Series in Brooklyn. Creator of the Reading Series, Ricardo Thomas Manual Hernandez, has teamed up with fellow curators Terence Degnan and Shafina Ahmed to bring a diverse array of featured poets/readers for future Poets’ Settlement events.
Since its inception, The Poets Settlement has fostered an inclusive environment for poets and those drawn to the genre of poetry. By looking outward to the local community of writers, Poets Settlement has established a backdrop for a wide-span of writers to bring their work to an organic and supportive audience. As the program grows, so will the responsibility to deliver accessible platforms for both poets and audience members, alike. Our perspective remains focused on the concept that poetry is a public resource, and entree is complimentary.”
“Where there is water, there will be people; where there are people, there will be poetry.” ~ SPOKEN WORD POET, SHAFINA AHMED