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Cantab Recap for Wednesday, May 23, 2018

If there’s a better way to celebrate an impending long weekend than a sweet open mic full of sweethearts, then sweet Chrysanthemum Tran sweetly driving a sweet little pickup truck through your sweet misconceptions about language, we’ve sure never heard of it. Chrysanthemum showed off the performance skills and flair for language that make her …

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Cantab Recap for Wednesday, April 10

It was a sweet welcome back for the long-lost Artie Moffa this week. First, Artie welcomed us to a well-attended workshop on iambic pentameter (don’t forget that we’ve got two more early-bird workshops planned for National Poetry Month). Then, after an excellent open mic, we brought Artie up on stage for a full feature: Artie’s …

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Cantab feature for Wednesday, April 10: Artie Moffa

Artie Moffa performing at the NorthBEAST Regional. Photo by Marshall Goff.

Limericist and New Formalist Artie Moffa features. Open speed slam in the 8×8 series.

Workshop for Wednesday, April 10: “Your Heartbeat Has Been Telling You For Years” with Artie Moffa

Artie Moffa, workshop leader.

The evening’s featured poet, the Cantab’s one-time doorman and self-appointed slam conscience, Artie Moffa, presents a workshop on iambic pentameter before the show.

Tips from the Bar: the Artie Moffa Prompt

Tips from the Bar

In honor of one-time doorman Artie’s upcoming visit to the venue, the bar offers the following prompt: for writers of free verse: attempt a form poem of any kind. For formalists: try your hand at free verse!