Category: featured poets

Poets featured at the weekly Boston Poetry Slam @ the Cantab Lounge.

Feature for December 7, 2011: Jamei Bauer

Jamei Bauer

Local favorite Jamei Bauer features. Semi-final poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Feature for November 30, 2011: Maya Phillips

Maya Phillips performs on the Cantab open mic. (Photo by Marshall Goff.)

2011 Cantab Slam Team member Maya Phillips features. Open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Feature for November 23, 2011: Lucifury

Theo "Lucifury" Wilson

National Champion Theo “Lucifury” Wilson features. Open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Feature for November 16, 2011: McKendy Fils-Aimé

Mckendy Fils-Aimé, workshop leader and feature for New and Improved Mondays at Radio.

Manchester poet McKendy Fils-Aimé features. Open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Feature for November 9, 2011: Alvin Lau

Alvin Lau

Chicago poet Alvin Lau features. Open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Feature for March 23, 2011: Khary Jackson

Khary Jackson

St. Paul poet and two-time National slam champ Khary Jackson features. Open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Feature for March 16, 2011: Christa Bell

Seattle poet Christa Bell.

Seattle poet Christa Bell features. Open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Feature for March 9, 2011: Raphael Luckom

Raphael Luckom

Raphael Luckom is a poet/writer/genial misanthrope living in Somerville. He graduated Emerson College in 2008 with a thesis collection of short stories titled “What Not To Do With a Suburban Childhood.” He was a member of the first Worcester Youth Slam Team. The pieces he is currently prepared to admit to writing are online at …

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Feature for March 2, 2011: Jen Gigantino

Jen Gigantino

Jen(nifer) G(igantino) is a writer, filmmaker and aspiring hypothetical former marina trench explorer from the San Francisco Bay Area. She has represented San Jose and Santa Cruz at the Individual World Poetry Slam and the National Poetry Slam, respectively, been published in venues ranging from literary journals to erotic magazines to websites about sobriety, and …

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Feature for February 23, 2011: Phil Kaye

Phil Kaye (photo by Erik Maser)

Hailing from Southern California, Phil Kaye has been writing, performing and teaching Spoken Word Poetry since he was seventeen years old. Crowned “The Illest Collegiate Poet in the Northeast” by Brandeis University’s Poetry Grand Slam, Phil has performed around the country and shared the stage with such poetry legends as Anis Mojgani, Derrick Brown, and …

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