Last night marked another great night for the Moonlighting series, with a feature from Boston slam fixture Adam Stone that kept the audience on the edge of their seats. Besides one or two slam hits, Adam read from his brand-new book, Psalms for the Vacant. The show highlighted some of the Cantab bartender’s more cerebral, imagistic work.
Our packed house brought another open mic with great work from a cohort of newbies, and boasted great readings from Jha D and D. Ruff, hosts of If You Can Feel It, You Can Speak It, another great queer arts event in Jamaica Plain. Check them out on the second Thursdays of each month, and be ready for more Moonlighting awesomeness coming up on October 3rd! Stay tuned for updates, and be sure to join us for the Encyclopedia Show’s season opener in Davis Square this Monday!