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Jam Before the Slam,  Sunday Nights 7-8pm – click here

Reader’s Laboratory Workshop, 2nd & 4th Saturdays, 1-3pm – click here

original, moving, insightful — Rocky Mt News

Friday, May 12th, 7:30pm

If Water Was Love

A Reader’s Lab Production

SETH performs with members of his Reader’s Lab.  Kathleen Cain, Cathy Casper, Roz Taylor, Cyndeth Allison, James the man of Steele & Pandora Wilson perform original work and well-known poetry in this showcase of poetry performance technique. Singer, songwriter Dave Greenwald will add original music and a few covers. Arranged and directed by SETH, the event is free and family friendly.

Denver Puppets Theater, 3156 W 38th Ave, Denver, 80211  (303) 458-6446


Sunday, May 21, 6-8pm

At the Inkwell

featuring Columbine Poets

This week, the BookBar reading series features Columbine Poets of Colorado, Julie Cummings, Anita Jepson-Gilbert, SETH, Sheryl Luna, Ricardo Bogaert & Peggy Markham. The reading is FREE. Wine and other libations available as the BookBar is a bookstore with a bar.

Visit attheinkwell.com for full details.

The BookBar, 4280 Tennyson Street, Denver, CO 80212 (303) 284-0194


Sunday, Aug 6,

Denver Poets’ Day

featuring Art Compost & the Word Mechanics

details TBA


Monday, Aug 7 — Saturday, Aug 12

National Poetry Slam Competition

The National Poetry Slam is the annual poetry slam championship tournament, wherein four-to five-person teams from all over North America gather to compete against each other for the national team title. The week-long festival is part championship tournament, part poetry summer camp, and part traveling exhibition. NPS is the largest team performance poetry event in the world. Teams from all over North America, and a few from other places, converge in a different city every summer for five days of poetry, revelry and competition.

Numerous venues around Downtown Denver. Final competition at the Paramount Theater.

Tickets for individual events. TBA


Friday, Sept 1

Lit Crawl

details TBA




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