Tonight - Thursday July 22, 7-9 pm, July's F&F poetry reading at The Source features Gina Marselle, well known in the Albuquerque poetry community as the organizer of the Poetry In Place events at the Albuquerque Open Space Visitors Center, an energetic participant and supporter of Slam Poetry, an accomplished photographer, and the mother of that famous young poet Miranda Marselle!
Gina Marsell, photo from Local Poets Guild
(We have reserved a room at The Source for the 4th Thursday of every month throughout 2010. Please note these monthly poetry readings in your calendars, and plan to attend often!).
- When: Thursday, July 22, 6:30 pm open mic sign-up, 7–9 pm reading (feature at about 7:45)
- Where: Blue Room at The Source, 1111 Carlisle Blvd SE. We'll meet outside on the deck, weather permitting. (SW corner of Carlisle & Anderson)
- Who: featuring Gina Marselle + open mic; hosted by Billy Brown, 401-8139
- What else? It's free; donations to help defray $20 room fee appreciated. Rules are 5 minute limit on the open mic. As for food/drink, there will be pastries for sale – 50¢ each and hot water available in Source kitchen for coffee and tea
MORE ABOUT GINA
Gina Marselle is a poet, photographer, teacher and single mom. She coordinates the Poetry in Place event, and has published work in the Alibi, the Rag, and The Sunday Poem series. When not writing, Gina is often found photographing all things poetry.
She has shown her photography at Black Market Goods, Chroma Studios, and has been the feature artist for Church of Beethoven.
Chroma Studios, where you may see her work by appointment, represents Gina's photography of local performance poets. Studio contact information on website.
Gina also has a public photography portfolio on Flickr. For more about her poetry visit her page at the Local Poets Guild–A New Mexico Literary Hub. Please feel free to reach her directly at email@example.com.
Ed note, sorry about this notice, recycled from an ABQ Slam digest, being so late. I'm still working on organizing info rec'd irregularly and from a variety of sources as well as setting up more timely and reliable lines for information. Until then, expect the haphazard. This task may need to take a back seat to Picnic tasks as the event nears.