Monthly Archives: October 2016

Watch the best of Poetry Performance Readings from Oct. 2016

Originally posted on WILDsound Festival:
Deadline to submit your poetry to the festival: https://festivalforpoetry.com/ CLICK the links and watch:  God’s Providence – Poetry Reading by Lucille Marais Grandma’s Love – Poetry Reading by Poetic Gurl Janet M Farewells of Mt Auburn –…

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Deadline Today: Short Story Contest

Originally posted on WILDsound Festival:
SHORT STORY CONTEST Get full feedback! Winners get their short story made into a video! SUBMIT your Short Story HERE FULL FEEDBACK on your SHORT STORY from our committee of Professional Writers, and Writing Consultants.…

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Deadline Today: VIDEO PITCH FESTIVAL

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VIDEO PITCH FESTIVAL Submit your own video pitch today. Submit your VIDEO PITCH LOGLINE here Submit your LOGLINE/PITCH to this network and we’ll make it into a film. A great way to increase your presence…

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God’s Providence – Poetry Reading by Lucille Marais

Poetry performed by Val Cole

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Grandma’s Love – Poetry Reading by Poetic Gurl Janet M

Poetry performed by Val Cole

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Farewells of Mt Auburn – Poetry Reading by Mark Curtis Dunn

Poetry performed by Michelle Alexander Get to know the winning poet: POETRY 7 questions: What is the theme of your poem? The main theme of “Farewells of Mt. Auburn” is honoring the lives of the departed. A major subtheme is … Continue reading

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Ground Zero – Poetry Reading by Melissa R Mendelson

Poetry performed by Michelle Alexander Get to know the winning poet: POETRY 7 questions: What is the theme of your poem? The theme is to not forget because as more time passes, we do forget, sometimes even the worst moments … Continue reading

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