Tag: Andy Locke

Announcing the World’s First Serial Sporting Slamcast!

It’s an idea whose time has come, folks: a sports-style accounting of the ins, outs, and overtimes of poetry slam strategy. Boston Poetry Slam host Kevin Spak, along with Mill City SlamMaster Zeke Russell, bring you the on- and off-stage stories of all the biggest slams in town in the inaugural episode of SlamCenter.

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Radio Feature for Monday, August 6: Comedy Meets Poetry with Wes Hazard!

Comedians Wes Hazard, John Paul Rivera, Gary Petersen, and Matt Kona get ready to get funny on your funny bone.

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 Recap for Monday, July 30

I’ll bet you didn’t even know there was a downstairs venue at the Radio bar, did you? Well, there is: in deference to a previously-booked night of bands upstairs, we meandered down the back stairs to the wood-like-paneling extravaganza that is the basement of our Monday night bar. With just a hint of sound bleed …

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Feature for February 16, 2011: Andy Locke

Andy Locke

Andy Locke is a reporter, performance poet, and sound engineer from central New Hampshire currently pursuing a degree in Radio Journalism at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. He’s performed his poetry in seven states
all across the country, including with the Hampshire Slam Collective collegiate slam team in 2008 and 2010, and with the …

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