Of Poemballs and Provo: Open Mic May 5th – featured in 15 Bytes: Utah’s Art Magazine

HUGE thanks to David G. Pace of 15 Bytes for his thoughtful interview and also to Pioneer Book and the Downtown Provo Art Stroll for supporting poetry and literary arts! This event, Friday, May 5, 2017 from 7 – 9pm, features local slam poets and invites the community to come share their favorite poem or one of their own at the open mic! We’ll also have the Poemball Machine (as featured on KSL) and be giving away a free poetry book of Utah poets to anyone who steps up to the mic.

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‘Poemball machine’ showcases local poets at Provo cafe – featured on KSL news! Click below to watch the video!

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HUGE thanks to Peter Rosen of KSL for his thoughtful interview and also to Enliten Bakery and Cafe for hosting the Speak for Yourself open mic every Thursday and for all of their support of local artists.

If you’d like to support Provo Poetry, volunteer, or send us poems to use in our projects, please contact us here.

City Weekly features Provo Poetry! “Provo Poetry connects the Utah Valley community to verse, one quarter at a time.”

Great article and interview up today at City Weekly–all about Provo Poetry and the POEMBALL Machine launch at Enliten Bakery and Cafe! You know you’re doing something right when the Salt Lake City media take notice. Big thanks to Scott Renshaw for his delightful article!

Read the complete article here.

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Watch POEMBALL videos on our YouTube channel… including Dennis Clark reading a Laura Hamblin POEMBALL poem!

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