Join Seattle Poetry Slam on Tuesday night for an AMAZING featured poet Tara Hardy and the FINAL SLAM to see which poet that lives their life as a woman, represents SEATTLE in Brooklyn, New York at Women of the World Poetry Slam 2016!!
Featured Poet Tara Hardy
Poetry Slam is CLOSED to prequalified poets that live their lives as women
About the Slam:
The Women of the World Poetry Slam FINAL is FOUR rounds with different time limits (4 minute, 3 minute, 2 minute and 1 minute). Each poet is given a 10 second grace period in each round, but after 10 seconds, are deducted points.
About the Featured Poet:
Tara Hardy is the working class, queer Femme poet who founded Bent, a writing institute for LGBTIQ people in Seattle. She is the author of Bring Down the Chandeliers, by Write Bloody Press, a former Seattle Poet Populist and writer in residence at Richard Hugo House. Tara is an instructor at Seattle Central College and teaches for Path With Art and Richard Hugo House. She is the current Arts Coordinator for Gay City in Seattle, an alumnae of Hedgebrook and holds an MFA from Vermont college. Tara tours as a poet, performer, and teaching artist. To contact her or arrange for a performance, visit www.tarahardy.net.
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