Dirt choir members Angel Nafis (from Ann Arbor) and Shira Erlichman (from Boston) are making so much artistic noise in NYC that we can hear them up and down the Charles! Get excited: these incredibly talented poets are coming for a double feature, along with Shira’s ukelele and a whole lotta good vibes. This will be our last show at Radio. Stay tuned for details on the monthly Monday Encyclopedia Show!
Category: Radio Monday shows
Radio features for August 20: Stevie Edwards and Joe Wong
CANCELED: Radio Features for Monday, August 13: Robbie Q Telfer and Marlon “Inphynit” Carey
Due to a plumbing emergency at Radio, this show has been canceled! We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to reschedule these talented guys soon. Please email the curator with any questions.
Radio Feature for Monday, August 6: Comedy Meets Poetry with Wes Hazard!
What defines poetry? What defines art? Are you allowed to laugh at poetry? What’s better art: making an audience laugh, or making an audience admire your language? Seriously, who cares?! For this show, BPS regular Wes Hazard will co-curate a super-fun selection of comedians and poets, whom we’ve asked to go light on the heavy and heavy on the funny. Follow the link to learn more about our eight spotlight artists!
Radio Features for Monday, July 30: Ed Wilkinson and Daniel Gewertz
Radio Features for Monday, July 23: Caroline Harvey and Gracious Calamity
Radio Features for Monday, July 16: Regie Gibson & Fey Rey and Freedom Sound
Radio Features for Monday, July 9: Porsha Olayiwola and Karin Webb
Radio Features for July 2, 2012: Presidential Smackdown Slam with The Woodrow Wilsons!
Happy Fourth of July week! To celebrate, Kevin Spak produces an all-original-work poetry competition that casts your favorite local poets as presidents throughout history, pitting them against each other in a lyrical and rhetorical throwdown centuries in the making. Musical guests The Woodrow Wilsons have been tempted out of retirement to open up the night!
Radio Features for Monday, June 25: April Ranger and Michael Mack
Boston Poetry Slam Online