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Union Square Slam presents Veda Leone and Brenda Snyder and our GET VIDEO(d) Fundraiser

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Event:
Union Square Slam presents Veda Leone and Brenda Snyder and our GET VIDEO(d) Fundraiser
Start:
July 26, 2016 7:00 PM
End:
July 26, 2016 9:30 PM
Cost:
$5
Organizer:
Union Square Slam
unionsquareslam@gmail.com
Updated:
July 25, 2016
Venue:
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division @ The Center
Phone:
212 620 7310 ext. 300
Address:
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208 West 13th Street, Room 210, New York, NY, 10011, United States
USS-7-26

 

We are thrilled to feature our witchy sisters from the north, Veda Leone and Brenda Snyder, following our GET VIDEO(d) open mic!!

GET VIDEO(d): Justin Woo has generously donated his videographer skills to you as a benefit to Union Square Slam. If you have a poem you would like to have professionally taped and edited, come read on our open mic this Tuesday. For a $20 donation to Union Square Slam, Justin will record your poem, edit it pretty and send it your way!! (Open Mic will be limited to 10 people!! Come early to sign up and secure your spot!!)

We also welcome the return of our free writing workshops, led by IS Jones. Head over at 6pm to workshop your work and/or kickstart your writing!!

About our Show:

6pm: Free Writing Workshop
7pm: Sign up and Socialize
8pm: Open Mic
9pm: Feature

All Ages // $5

About our Feature:

Veda Leone and Brenda Snyder are two kindred poets who found their way to each other and the greater poetry community through the back room of “the Deuce” in Northampton, Massachusetts.

These two writers, trauma survivors, spoken word poets, and organizers mirror each other’s work across state lines. Veda is the co-founder and host of Collinsville’s Spoken Word on the Square at Downright Music in Collinsville, CT and Brenda is the founder and slam master of Witch City Poetry Slam in Salem, MA.

The two of them found inspiration, community, and each other as regular contributors on the mic at Northampton Poetry in Northampton, MA. Brenda’s work has been published on voicemailpoems.org and you can find her ramblings, poems, and inspiration at fix-me-in.tumblr.com; and, Veda’s first chapbook, Cellar Door, was released this January and can be found through her website www.vedaleone.wordpress.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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