Credo Poetry Night

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on June 12, 2014

Downtown Credo will host a poetry night on Monday, June 16th at 7 p.m.

The Internet has created a superabundance of words. The power of poetry is in its form, its sparseness and brevity, its ability to “tell the truth and tell it slant,” as Emily Dickinson once said. Each writer will present or read his or her poetry for 15 minutes each. The event will break to drink, dialogue and be merry. Poets who would like to read 15 minutes of their work are encouraged to attend. Email a sample of your work to Janay Garrick and the organizers will contact you if you are selected to read.


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