Monday, September 17, 2007

Poetry Scroll from the Denver Poet Laureate and Events!

Metro Poets presents: Approaches to Poetry
@ the Golda Meir House, in Historic 9th Street Park
Location: 1146 9th Street Park
Time: 5:30-8:00, Thursday, September 20th

Listen to past poetic participants present their experiences.
Discover what possibilities await you in the future.

For questions or more information, contact Laura Grolla at or Tameca L Coleman at

Image: Lisa Holthausen
sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Psi

Poetry Events!

Piper Mullins' group the Denver Poet's Association Meets every Tuesday evening at 5:30 for a poetry reading in the Cimarron Grill. After the reading, she takes a group to Common Grounds (Pretty Boys with Ken Arkind and Friends) for another reading which includes readers from all over the states, as well as local poets. All styles of poetry are welcome. For more information, contact Piper at

Please stay tuned for news about the Poetry Scroll, which will be brought to the MSCD campus by Chris Ransick, Denver's Poet Laureate. The date for its arrival is still TBA, but tentatively set in the first week of October (possibly Friday October 5 th). The scroll is Ransick's project to get everyone writing the longest poem ever. Ransick will be on campus on October 5th, as well.

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1 comment:

Tabitha Dial said...

The poetry scroll sounds awesome. I hope it will be on campus Oct. 5. I can visit it and add to it, too.

Can you give us more details on Chris Ransick's appearance Oct. 5? Is it an open-to-the-public situation?

Thanks so much.