Tag: Tatiana M.R. Johnson

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Poets! Listeners! Rowdy (but not overly rowdy) bar patrons! Thanks to everyone for filling up and selling out our little basement this past Wednesday for the incomparable Tatiana M.R. Johnson. Tatiana rocked the house with her vulnerability, intimacy, and unshy humor, bringing work straight from her beautiful new book, for the love of black girls. …

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Cantab Feature for Wednesday, July 26, 2017: Tatiana M.R. Johnson

Artist, writer, and Pushcart nominee Tatiana M.R. Johnson. Photo by Tim Carey.

Local artist and poet Tatiana M.R. Johnson features; open mic spotlight by Bay Area poet Sevan Kelee (“Lucky 7”) Boult. Eighth and final open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Oh, summer. A time for friends at the barbecue, late moonlit nights and, of course, reuniting with your long-lost bartender in a dirty Cambridge basement? You betcha: redheaded wildchild Melissa Newman-Evans came home last night, ready to tear down the walls with her characteristic volume and– is that uncharacteristic tenderness we detect? What has Denver …

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