Tag: Eirean Bradley

Cantab Feature for Wednesday, January 20, 2016: Team Selection Preliminaries (Second Heat)

BPS logo (square), by Gary Hoare.

Second of two elimination slams featuring Ed Wilkinson, Emily O’Neill, Jess Riz, Manvir Singh, Mckendy Fils-Aimé, Meaghan Ford, Nora Meiners, Quentin Lucas, and Zeke Russell; hosted by two-time NPS Finalist Eirean Bradley. $5 cover tonight to raise funds to send the team to the 2016 National Poetry Slam in Georgia.

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Dang, but it’s been a wild two weeks at the Cantab! Just a couple of Wednesdays ago, we had the very excellent Joshua Bennett swing through and bring us an exceptionally fine set. Josh is in town for a few lucky semesters, so watch for his readings at MIT (and book him while you can!). …

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Cantab Feature for Wednesday, November 18, 2015: Eirean Bradley

Denver poet and 2015 NPS Finalist Eirean Bradley. Photo by Adam Rubinstein for NPS2015 and Poetry Slam, Inc.

Two-time NPS Finalist and Drunk in a Midnight Choir curator Eirean Bradley. Fourth open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, November 6, 2013

University of Hell in the house! This past Wednesday, we were proud to welcome National Poetry Slam finalist and outgoing Portland, Oregon SlamMaster Eirean Bradley. A local favorite at this year’s National Poetry Slam, Eirean drew out some of our favorite open mic poets for a really grand night of solid writing, including a spotlight …

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Cantab Feature for Wednesday, November 6: Eirean Bradley

Eirean Bradley, Denver transplant and outgoing Portland (Oregon) SlamMaster.

Outgoing Portland (Oregon) SlamMaster Eirean Bradley features. First open poetry slam in the new 8×8 series.

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, October 30

This past Wednesday, the whole Cantab– both floors– paid a sweet tribute to a heartily missed regular, the late Jack McCarthy. Upstairs, the blues jam took a back seat to the Red Sox’s first home-field World Series game 6 since 1918; downstairs, after a thoughtful open mic, four teams took the stage for a slam …

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