Kenneth P. Gurney Features at East of Edith on Monday, November 7th!
Hey! *taps the mic…….*
It’s time for some more good poetry news! This coming Monday, November 7th, at 7:00 pm, at the Projects 3614 High Street NE is our open mic night known as East of Edith. This week you’ll get a chance to hear feature poet Kenneth P. Gurney share his poetry!
A refresher for you or if you’re new, about the East of Edith Open Mic at the Projects: all poets on the open mic are invited to share two poems, four minute limit (the poets can opt to either read their own work or works by other poets). The East of Edith Open Mic night has been very busy being awesome – have you been yet? You should come. You should totally come and listen or read or do both. Please come early to get a cup of juice or coffee and some snacks and then dig on all the things happening at the microphone…and all for whatever you can offer for the hat pass. Which is to say, pay what you can if you can. Come, enjoy the poetry. So much good poetry, every Monday night, at East of Edith.
A little bit about Ken:
Kenneth P. Gurney grew up outside of Chicago in the town of Glen Ellyn, IL. Currently he lives in Albuquerque, NM, USA with his beloved Dianne. During the “in between” he lived in 7 different US states: either near family or national parks.
The East of Edith Poetry Open Mic takes place every Monday night at the Projects, 3614 High Street NE. Sign-up to read between 6:30 and 6:50 pm.
Hope to see you all on Monday night!