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SWOT Poetry Events February 2002

Feb 5
An Evening of Love Poems and Celtic Music

7:30pm
at Borders Midtown (21st between Lewis and Harvard)
Nimrod International Journal, The James Joyce Quarterly, Borders, and the friends of the Tulsa Irish-American Society are pleased to present "An Evening of Love Poems and Celtic Music," featuring Mary McLaughlin, writer, teacher, and performer of Irish music. Come join us in a night of poetry, music, and fun!

 

Feb 6
the Write Place Presents:
Karen Lacey

8:00pm
in concert at the Harwelden Mansion

 

Feb 12
Open mic hosted by Bill Zischang
8:00pm
Transit Bar
downtown at 7th & Boulder. 2nd floor.
There is a restaraunt next door that serves food at bar till 9pm.
Open mic....words & music.

 

Feb 14
Valentine of Love and Hate

8:00pm
Living Arts Space
downtown at 308 S. Kenosha

Bring your special someone or come alone as Living Arts Performances puts on the Valentine of Love and Hate" Featured performers for the month are Josh Massad and his rare drum stylings as well as Michael Levell's unique poetry "outbursts". The theme is the "love/hate relationship we all have with this time of year. There will be 2 Open Mic sections of the evening: one for the lovers and one for the haters of the season.

So, come to perform or observe, cuddle or puke, pour out or yell. All are welcome to the celebration (or condemnation). There will be a special Valentines Creation Workshop where people can create their own special Valentine.

 

Feb 26
Open mic hosted by Bill Zischang
8:00pm
Transit Bar
downtown at 7th & Boulder. 2nd floor.
There is a restaraunt next door that serves food at bar till 9pm.
This month will feature the wonderful talents of Buddy Wakefield.
Buy Books! Buy CDs! This guy is on the road living off of the support of people like us. He was here in Tulsa to launch these open mic events at the Transit Bar, and to those who missed him...well, all I can say is that you have a chance to make it up to yourself by coming out this time to check him out. He's great.