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Some special events this month:

08 Opening Night: 17th Annual Word/Play Festival
at Medicine Show, 549 W 52nd St. Info: (212) 262-4216.

09 Opening Night: Baad! Ass Women's Festival
at Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance, 841 Barretto St. Info: (718) 842-5223

11 Sun 2 Free. Gregory Corso: A Celebration
Angel Orensanz Foundation, Center for the Arts, 172 Norfolk St. (corner Stanton St) (212) 477-7137 / 780-0175

24 Sat/Sun 25 Free. 13th Annual Small Press Book Fair
Small Press Center, 20 W 44th St. Over 200 independent presses represented.
2001 Small Press Author of the Year is Edith Wharton. Lectures and materials on Wharton will be available. Other activities include bookmaking and craft demonstrations, authors' readings, a Reader's & Writer's Café: Bill Henderson / André Schiffrin. (

24 Sat Free All Day: Poets House
Grand Opening, Poetry Publication Showcase
Annual exhibit of 1,000+ new poetry books and a festival of events celebrating the diversity of poetry in print. The Showcase exhibit features all of the year's new poetry books from commercial, university and independent presses across the country.

24/25 Weekend 2:00-4:00 $10 Bookmobile Workshops at Bluestockings Women's Bookstore
Courtney Dailey and Ginger Brooks Takahashi lead workshops in buttonhole stitch binding (Saturday) and coptic stitch binding (Sunday).

25/26 Sun/Mon Editors Conference at the United Nations
led by David H. Lynn (Kenyon Review) and John Kinsella (Salt and Stand). Details to appear on
29 Thur 7:00 Free: United Nations
Yusef Komunyakaa, Joyce Carol Oates and James Ragan
Culminates the "Dialogues Among Civilizations Through Poetry" project of some 200 venues worldwide. Reserve free seats at (Name, address and email required for security purposes.)

30 Fri -April 1 Sun All Day ($various) People's Poetry
The biannual event sponsored by City Lore and Poets House sets the pace for April's National Poetry Month with three days of readings, workshops, film, and music from 10 to 10 at various downtown venues.

[Order: NYC regular series, NYC single events; Upstream regular series, single events. Ed.]

NYC Regular Series:

Sundays at 3 p.m. $3
156 Rivington St
Hosts: J. D. Rage, Bob Hart, Carl Herr, Peter Kerns and Bruce Weber
Info: (718) 638-7039

Albany & Upstate
[See "Upstream"]

Back Fence
Sundays at 3:15 p.m. One drink min.
155 Bleecker St (at Sullivan)
(212) 475-9221
Feature(s) + open.
Host: Brigid Murnaghan

04 Camillo Dimaria / Raleigh Thompson
11 Terry Mittron
18 Mark Phillips / Eugene Ring
25 Poet-to-Poet TBA

Baggot Inn, Unnamable Poetry Reading [See Series on Series, January 2001 issue. Ed.]
Saturdays at 3 p.m. unless o/w noted. $5 ($2 discount on first drink.) Free for listeners.
85 W 3rd St (Sullivan/Thompson)
(212) 477-0622
Info: (718) 499-4517
Feature(s) + open.
Curators: Steve Bennett / David Mark Speer
[The series may be unnamable, but there's no end to the ingenuity its curators bring to naming the weekly sessions. Ed.]

03 Carl Herr
10 Bill Duke
17 Evan Eisman (2nd Prize, Lyric Recovery Festival™ at Carnegie Hall)
24 Amos Torres
31 Steve Bennett / James Ragan, Pulitzer-nominee (Womb-Weary). Featured at LyR Carnegie (with Galway Kinnell). Other works: In the Talking Hours, The Hunger Wall, Lusions, The World-Shouldering "I" (upcoming). James Ragan, the Director of the USC writing program and Summer poet-in-residence at St. Charles University in Prague, has read for four heads of state (See March 29 above/below). A late-added "Dialogues Among Civilizations" venue.

Bluestockings Women's Bookstore and Café
172 Allen St (at Stanton/ F train to 2nd Av)
Events begin at 7 and are free unless o/w noted.
(212) 777-6028 / fax: 777-6042 (info@)
Contact: Emily Burton

Multisession Events at Bluestockings:

3 Tuesdays and a Wednesday: 06, 13, 20, 27 at 4.
Children's readings feature strong female characters navigating fantasy worlds.

4 Wednesdays: 07, 14, 21, 28 at 7 ($15-45, sliding scale)
Workshop on memoir writing led by Melissa Swanjeremy (limited to 8)

Single-Date Events at Bluestockings:

02 Fri: Belladonna Night features Kathleen Fraser and Lisa Jarnot
08 Thur: Stacey Waite ("Butch Geography")
09 Fri: The Women's Spoken Word Show (Boston group on tour)
10 Sat: The SHEE Collective: Catherine Moon, Mary Ann Farley, Boni Joi.
15 Thur: Editor Kris Kleindienst and contributors to Lambda Literary Award-winning, This is What a Lesbian Looks Like
16 Fri: Creative Evolution, New Works Forum for Women Artists: stand-up, dance, poetry, featuring Hat Haily, Leslie Nipkow and others.
17 Sat: The Trojan Women: A Love Story from director Cindy Fulchino
20 Tues $3: Women Make Movies screens Dempsey Rice's documentary, Daughter of Suicide
22 Thur 7: Spirit Circle (sacred space)
23 Fri 7: Jane A. Pierce (The Address Poems), Cheryl Boice Taylor (Night When Moon Follows, Raw Air), Shelia Alson (Corn Stories, The Gold Ring, Love and Time)
24 Sat 7 Blue Action Monthly Activism Committee
*24/25 Weekend 2-4 $10 Bookmobile Workshops at Bluestockings
Courtney Dailey and Ginger Brooks Takahashi lead workshops in buttonhole stitch binding (Saturday) and coptic stitch binding (Sunday).
27 Tues: Marie Bronsen Boddie / Geri DeLuca. Vittoria Repetto hosts open mic
30 Fri: Best Lesbian Erotica of 2001 (Ed. Tristan Taormino)

Caffè Taci
2841 Broadway (110th Street)
Venue for most BigCity Lit™ mid-monthly recording sessions. Spacious, high-ceilinged Tuscan ambience, succulent food, live opera on weekends. Info: (212) 864-2823

19 Mon 7:30 A dozen award-winners from Lyric Recovery Festival™ at Carnegie Hall appear along with LyR musicians performing new settings of Yeats, Valéry, etc. plus original songs. $15 minimum.

Center for Book Arts, Phoenix Reading Series
Thursdays at 7 p.m. unless o/w noted. $3 contribution.
28 W 27th St 3rd Floor
Info: (212) 264-4792 (
Feature(s) + open.
Curators: Marlene Vidibor and Michael Graves

08 Nicholas Johnson and Richard Levine
31 UN Project "Dialogues Among Civilizations' venue: Readers: Madeline Artenberg, Richard Levine, and others.

Cornelia Street Café [See Series on Series, February 2001 issue. Ed.]
Sundays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. unless o/w noted. $6 (first drink free)
29 Cornelia St (Bleecker/W 4th)
(212) 989-9319 (
Features only.
Curator: Angelo Verga

04 Sun Tim Wells, Cheryl B
07 Wed Alice Pero, Tony Gloeggler, Jeff Smith, Suey Irvine
11 Sun Jill Hoffman and the writers of Mudfish
14 Wed Bronx Accent book party and reading
18 Sun Nancy Rullo, Kim Lyons, David Rosenberg
20 Tues The Writers Room Reads
21 Wed Penny Cagan / Carolyn Steinhoff Smith / Hal Sutcliff
22 Thur Tim Suermondt & The Overlook Poets (with Norman Stock)
25 Sun Michael O'Flanagan, Baron Wormser, Alexy Gritsman
31 Sat People's Poetry Gathering Special: Dominic Hamilton-Little, Be Laroe of Chez Laroe, Bonnie Rose Marcus, Dennis Moritz, and actors from the Philadelphia Theatre Double

The Drawing Center
35 Wooster St
(212) 219-2166

13 Tues 7 $5 Anselm Berrigan/ Jean Day/ Lyn Hejinian

Ear Inn
Saturdays at 3 p.m. unless o/w noted. Free.
326 Spring St (west of Greenwich)
Info: Michael Broder (212) 246-5074

03 Claire Curtin, Amy Eisner, David Lehman
10 Agha Shahid Ali, Star Black, Edmund White
(Note: 3/20 Tues 5:45 Agha Shahid Ali reads from Rooms are Never Finished (Norton) Baruch College, 22nd/Park (212) 494-0061.)

17 Aaron Balkan, Clifford Browder, Elizabeth Tucker
24 Joel Brouwer, David Stanford Burr, Patricia Eakins, Naomi Guttman (Outstanding Semifinalist, Lyric Recovery Festival™ at Carnegie Hall)
31 Oralities Ancient and Modern: Susan Imhof, Tom Lee, Patrick Martin, Jason Schneiderman, a reading for The People's Poetry Gathering.

Exoterica [See Series Review, March 2001 issue.]
The Society for Ethical Culture
4450 Fieldston Rd (Riverdale, Bronx)
3 p.m. Feature(s) + open.
Director: Rick Pernod
Info: (718) 549-5192 (
Spring calendar of events:

15 Thur 9 The House of Pernod performs at The Saint (105 Stanton St at Ludow). Also appearing: Jackie Sheeler and Haale Gafori. (An Exoterica production.)
18 Mark Doty (National Book Critics Circle Award)

Fourteenth (14th) Street Y [See Series on Series, December 2000 issue. Ed.]
344 E 14th St (1st Ave)
(212) 780-0800 x 255
Poet-in-Residence: Veronica Golos

08 Thur 7 $7 RSVP: Sapphire, Molly Peacock (Int'l Women's Day) and special guest, Bhikshuni Weisbrot, Secretary of the UNSCRC Society of Writers

A Gathering of the Tribes
(See "Tribes")

Hunter College
68th St / Lexington Av
8th Floor Faculty Lounge
(212) 772-5164
Host: Elena Georgiou

15 Thur 7:30 Free Peter Ho Davies

KGB Bar ['Degrees of Apprenticeship' MFA series poets (Brooklyn College) recorded live 12/18. See Audio/CD. Ed.]
Mondays at 7:30 p.m., unless o/w noted. Free.
85 E 4th St
Features only.
Curators: Star Black and David Lehman

The Kitchen 519 W 19th St
Info: (212) 255-5793, ext. 11
Various theatrical performances and readings. Call for schedule.
[See review of Edwin Torres's Gecko Suite in March 2001 issue. Ed.]

14/15 Wed/Thur 8 $20 TEATRO DELLE ALBE: L'Isola de Alcina

The Knitting Factory
Saturdays at 6 p.m. unless o/w noted. $5
74 Leonard St (IRT 1 or 9 to Franklin St)
Feature(s) + open.
Host: Yictove

03 Jean Lee
07 Wed 8 in the Tap Bar: Janet Hamill & Moving Star, with Bob Holman ($7 plus drink)
10 Rodlyn Douglas & Brenda Johnson
17 Maggie Balistreri
24 Ryn Gargulinski
31 Margie & Aqueelah Shaheed

Korova Milk Bar
(See "Milk Bar")

Makor [See Series Review, January2001 issue. Ed.]
35 W 67th St (Lincoln Ctr)
(212) 601-1037 (
Eve Grubin, Poetry Series Curator (

01 Thur 7:30 $8 The Jewess Is Loose: Lilith Writers Dish
07 Wed 7-8:30 $60 (4 sessions) Workshop with Eve Grubin
15 Thur 7:30 $7 Poetry & Mentorship Series: Agha Shahid Ali, Daniel Paley Ellison, Amanda Schaffer
(Note: 20 Tues 5:45 Agha Shahid Ali reads from Rooms are Never Finished (Norton) at Baruch College, 22nd/Park (212) 494-0061)
22 Thur 7:30 $8 Poetry, Eroticism, and Feminism in the Song of Songs: Chana Bloch (new translation)
28 Wed 8:20 $8 Apples from the Desert: Modern Hebrew Poetry: Nili Gold (Third of a four-part series, this session: Dalia Ravikovitch and Yona Wallach)
March 29 Thur 7:30 $5 Word of Mouth Thursdays: Women on Writing: Alix Strauss. Appearing: Fiction authors Lucinda Rosenfeld, Maud Casey, and Elissa Schappell, memoir writer Deborah Copaken Kogan.

Proletkult Poetry Circus
Feature + open.
Events begin at 7 unless o/w noted. $5
Ave B/ 7th St
Info: (212) 459-2653 (

17 Sat: Joe Weil

Milk Bar (Korova Milk Bar)
200 Avenue A (at 12th St)
Events at 7:30 unless o/w noted. $2 (one drink min.)
Info: (718) 389-2666

13 Tues 7:30 Radomir Luza, Jr.

Moroccan Star
Sundays at 1 p.m. $3 min. + $3 contribution
205 Atlantic Ave (Brooklyn Heights)
Feature(s) + open.
Hosts: Evie Ivy and Tom Oleszczuk
Info: (718) 789-3943

04 Steve Dalachinsky / Yuko Otomo
11 Art Mortensen / Maria Sassi
18 Bruce Weber and the No Chance Ensemble

Ninety-Second (92nd) Street Y> [See Series Reviews, February 2001 issue. Ed.]
1395 Lexington Avenue
(212) 415-5500 (

01 Thurs 8 $12 Purim Storytelling: The Scroll of Ester, Amichai Lau-Lavie
04 Sun 7:30 $20 Roger Rosenblatt & Friends: God & Nature {Series session, Youth & Age, reviewed in March issue. See Series Reviews.]
05 Mon 8 $12 Linda Bierds / Jay Wright: Distinctly American Poets
11 Sun 11-1 $26 Biographers & Brunch Series: Frances Kiernan on Mary McCarthy
11 Sun 2.-5:00 $75 A Literary Seminar on Elizabeth Bowen: Kennedy Fraser
15 Thur 7 $70 (4 sessions) An Introduction to the Art of Storytelling: Peninnah Schram
19 Mon 8:15 $12 James Lasdun / Les Murray
25 Sun 10-4 $55 A Tour of the Literary Bronx: Borough historian Lloyd Ultan
26 Mon 8 $12 Mary Oliver (Pulitzer Prize)
27 Tues 6:30 $75 (5 sessions) Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass: Judith Granger Ph.D. (Read Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for 1st session.)
28 Wed 6:30 $75 (5 sessions) George Eliot's Heroines: J. Granger Ph.D. (Read Middlemarch for 1st session.)

The NY Open Center
83 Spring St

09 Fri 8 $12 Bob Holman / Vito Ricci / Patti Trimble and ensemble

Phoenix Reading Series
(see Center for Book Arts)

Pink Pony West Reading Series
Fridays at 6 p.m. unless o/w noted.
Cornelia Street Café (address, admission as above)
Feature follows open at 7:45 p.m.
Hosts: Jackie Sheeler and Maggie Balisteri

02 Marjorie Hahne, coordinator of volunteers for People's Poetry Gathering
09 Emanuel Xavier, author of Pier Queen
16 Neill C. Furio - Part poet/ bassist/ storyteller
23 Edwin Torres [See review of Gecko Suite, An Opera in Three Colors, in Other Arts, March 2001 issue.]
30 - Stephanie Russell / Frazier Russell

Poetry Project, St. Mark's Church [See Series on Series, December 2000 issue. Ed.]
Events cost $7 unless o/w noted.
131 E 10th St (2nd Ave)
(212) 674-0910 (
Readings: Monday (8 p.m. open, 7:30 sign-up), Wednesday and Friday (8:00 or 10:30).
Director: Ed Friedman / Program Coordinator: Tracy Blackmer
Details: (

02 Fri 10:30 Live music and poetry with Glue Puppet and Vicki Hudspith
05 Mon Open
07 Wed Erica Hunt / Chris Tysh.
09 Fri Workshop "Read my (S)lips: Writing from the Place of the Other" Chris Tysch
12 Mon 8 Christopher Stackhouse / Stephanie Williams
14 Wed 8 Jackson Mac Low / Anne Tardos
16 Fri 10:30
19 Mon 8 Katie Degentesh / K. Silem Mohammad
20 Tue 7 Workshop: Allison Adelle Hedge Coke
21 Wed 8 Allison Adelle Hedge Coke / Elinor Nauen
26 Mon 8 Rick Snyder / Jerrold Shiroma
28 Wed 8 William Corbett / Siri Hustvedt
30 Fri 10 Queer Shoulder to the Wheel [A People's Poetry Event]

Poets House
Seminar center and library co-founded in 1985 by Stanley Kunitz (U.S. Poet Laureate).
72 Spring St
(212) 431-7920

09 Fri 7 Poetic Fictions with Mary Jo Bang, Stuart Dybek, and Suzanne Gardinier
24 Sat FREE All Day: Grand Opening, Poetry Publication Showcase
Annual exhibit of 1,000+ new poetry books and a festival of events celebrating the diversity of poetry in print. The Showcase exhibit features all of the year's new poetry books from commercial, university and independent presses across the country.

13 Fri 7 pm $10
The Katharine Washburn Memorial Program
Transfusion: Seamus Heaney Reading & Discussing Translation
at New York University, Main Building, 24 Waverly Place, Room 703

Posman Books
Sunday afternoons at 3 p.m., unless o/w noted
One University Pl (NE corner, Washington Sq)
(212) 533-2665
Curator: Tom Padilla

11 Karen Chase (Kazimierz Square) / Jessica Greenbaum (Inventing Difficulty)
18 Vincent Katz (Understanding Objects), Geoffrey O'Brien (Bardic Deadlines), Michael O'Brien (Sills)
25 Hal Sirowitz / D. Nurkse / Michael Heller

Reading Between A & B
510 E 11th St
Unless o/w noted, free readings are Mondays at 8.
Curators: Meghan Cleary / Jonathan Thirkield

05 Timothy Liu / Anna Rabinowitz / Kostas Anagnopoulos
19 Cave Canem (with Cornelius Eady)

Saturn Series at Revival Bar [See Series on Series, March 2001 issue. Ed.]
Mondays at 7:30 p.m., unless o/w noted. $3 donation.
129 E 15th St
Feature(s) + Open
Hosts: John Chism, Su Polo and William Duke (

05 Arthur Harris
12 Paul Bibeau
19 Ngoma
26 Celena Glenn

A Gathering of the Tribes
Sundays, 5-7 p.m., unless o/w noted.
285 E 3rd St (C/D)
(212) 674-3778 (
[March schedule not available at press time. Check web site. Ed.]

02 (Every Friday) 7:30-9:30 $3 The Stoop Poetry Workshop
(bring several copies of one poem.)
04 (Every Sunday) 5:00- 7:00 pm $3 Gathering of the Scribes Open Mic Series
GOS Feature: Is Your Family Dysfunctional?
Collett Inez, Dorthy August Friedman, Hal Sirowitz

10 Sat 6-9 Free. Opening: "Chromatic Cryptology"
six artists using encoded systems of color, material & image with Roberta Allen, Gregory Coates, Peggy Cyphers, Brian Gormley, John Perreault, & Gwenn Thomas. Show closes March 31.

11 Sun 5-7 $3
Celebrating Women's History Month Women Resist! featuring Susan Sherman, Clara Sala, Onome, Tsarah Litsky, Aileen Reyes. Curated by Eve Packer

15 Thur 7-9 pm $5
Love Potion #9: Tribes Magazine Party
@the Asian-American Writers Workshop (16 W32 St 10A btwn Broadway and 5th Ave) Featuring: Willie Perdomo, Tamra Plotikin, Thaddeus Rukoski, and Kimiko Hahn plus video art by Patty Chang

18 Sun 5-7 $3
Latitude South: Work in Translation Series with Mercedes Roffe and Carmen Valle, Steven Sher

25 Sun 5-7 pm $3
Women Writing for our Lives: in honor of Women's History Month: Cheryl Boyce Taylor and Jayne Pierce (The Address Poems)

30 Fri 7:30 Free
More Magazine madness at Borders(550 2nd Ave at 32nd st)
Featuring: Aileen Reyes, Bruce Weber, Ishle Parks, & Mervyn Taylor

31 Sat 5-8 $3
Closing Reception for "Chromatic Cryptology," with poetry by Roberta Allen, Michael Carter, John Perreault & Jill Hoffman and then...

31 Sat 8-10 $3
Barnum & Buddha's Poetry Circus, a 4 part poetry, music & comedy extravaganza in honor of Billy Barnum and the People's Poetry Gathering

01 Sun 3 $3 Open Mic for the People's Poetry Gathering

The Underground Lounge
955 West End Ave (at 107th St)
Open mic, Mondays at 8, hosted by the Freestyle Family Orchestra.

(See Baggot Inn)

Sundays at 7 p.m., unless o/w noted. $5
CBGB's Gallery
313 Bowery (Bleecker) (

08 Thur 7:30 $5 Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz, Celena Glenn, Taylor Mali, Beau Sia perform at 17th Annual Word/Play at Medicine Show, 549 W 52nd St. Info: (212) 262-4216

The West End Bar
2911 Broadway (113/114th Sts)
(212) 662-8830
Open: First Sunday of the month, 8 p.m. Host: Zander

04 Open mic, open jam, open stage with a jazz guitar trio & DJ Riddler

227 Smith St., Brooklyn
Sponsored by: Marisa Simon
Info: (718) 260-9299

01 Thur 7:30 Free. Usha Akella
22 Thur 7:30 Free. Brenda Coultas, Betsy Fagin, AP Guthrie, Lynn Levin

NYC Single Events:

03 Sat 4:30 $10 Baad! Ass Women's Benefit Performance: Caridad de la Luz, Sandra María Esteves / Mariposa / Francesca McCloud / Mellesol & Misra Walker. Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance, 841 Barretto Street. Info: (718) 842-5223.

06 Wed 7 $5 New York Poetry Theme: Reading and Reception
Ann Greene / John Schenck / Vijay Seshadri
Nexus Gallery, 345 E 12th St. Info: (212) 982-4712.

08 Thur 7 Free Launch Party for Barrow Street
Church of the Holy Trinity, 316 E 88th St. Info: (212) 289-4100

08 Thur Free Poetry City: Alvin Eng / Maria Bokyung Lee
Teachers & Writers, 5 Union Sq W. Info: (212) 691-6590.

08 Thur Free. New York University Graduate Writing Program Alumni: Penny Cagan, Molly McQuade, Darin Strauss at Ireland house, One Washington Mews. Melissa Hammerle, Director. Info: (212) 998-8806

09 Fri 7 $10/$5 Washington Square Winter 2001 Benefit
for the literary journal of NYU's Graduate Writing Program. The Violet Cafe, 45 W 4th. Info: (212) 992-9684. Wine and cheese. Reservations recommended.

10 Sat 2 Free. RATTAPALLAX No. 5 Launch Reading
6th Floor, Mid-Manhattan Library, NYPL, 455 Fifth Ave (40th St).

10 Sat 2 Free. Nicholas Johnson and Richard Levine (Baring the Common Burden)
Andrew Heiskell Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 40 W 20th St (5th/6th Av) Info: (212) 206-5400 / 5428

13 Tues 6:30 Free. Daniela Gioseffi reads from her Going On: Poems 2000) and from Women on War (American Book Award, 1990). Brooklyn Heights Public Library, 280 Cadman Plaza West, Brooklyn Heights. Info: (718) 623-7100.

24 Sat 2 Free. John Kinsella (Editor: Stand)
Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave.

25 Sun 3 $7/$5 Naomi Guttman / Mervyn Taylor / Gail Mazur / Grace Shulman
Civic Center Synagogue, 49 White Street.

5 p.m. $10. Nuyorican Poets Café, 236 East Third Street. Info:

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(Albany & Upstate)

05 [1st Monday] - Open Mic, 7:00 PM, Mocatopia Coffee House, LarkSt., Albany
07 [Every Wed] - Open Mic for musicians & poets, 9PM, Lark Tavern, Madison Ave., Albany
07 [1st Wed] - Open Mic for musicians & poets, 7:00 PM, MotherEarth’s Cafe, Quail & Western, Albany
08 [2nd Thurs.] - "Soul Kitchen" Open mic at Clayton's Caribbean Restaurant, 244 Washington Ave., Albany, 8PM
09 [Every Fri] - "Urban Guerilla Theater" open mic, 9PM, Mason Hall, 120 Madison Ave., Albany
11 [2nd Sun.] - Saratoga Poetry Zone, open mic, Saratoga Springs Public Library, Saratoga Springs, 3PM
14 [2nd Wed.] - "Alchemy of the Word" Open Mic & feature (Dan Wilcox), Lionheart, Lark St., Albany, 7:30PM
17 [3rd Sat.] - Terry Provost Feature & open mic, "Pete's Poets" at Arthur's Market, 35 N. Ferry St., Schenectady, 7:30
20 [3rd Tues.] - Open mic, Colonie Town Library, 629 Albany Shaker Rd., Loudonville, 7PM
27 [Last Tues.] - "School of Night" open mic, Valentine's, 17 New Scotland Ave., Albany, 8:00
28 [Last Wed.] - "High Drama Poetry Society" Open Mic, Fuze Box, 13 Central Ave., Albany, 7PM