Friday, April 27, 2012

Fixed & Free poets read Sunday April 29

Fixed and Free.. at Sunday Chatter to celebrate the recent release of Fixed and Free Poetry Anthology 2011, a collection of 79 poems from 79 poets—all of whom have read poems at the monthly Fixed and Free poetry reading founded by Billy Brown in 2008. 

Copies of the anthology will be available for sale at Sunday Chatter on April 29. 

Four Fixed & Free poets reading are

Dee Cohen is a new resident of Albuquerque. Her poems have been published in various journals on and off line. Her chap book Lime Ave Evening was published by the Laguna Poets.

Deborah Coy has loved words since the first time she was read Winnie The Pooh. They are her playthings, and sometimes they can be built into poetry.

Kenneth P. Gurney edits the New Mexico poetry anthology Adobe Walls. He participates in Albuquerque’s poetry scene at open mics and by hosting the monthly Adobe Walls poetry reading. His poetry appears on the web and in print regularly.

Aaron Trumm was a repeat member of the Albuquerque and Houston (TX) Slam Poetry Teams, and was the number 10 ranked slam poet in America.  He also is a musician and owner of NQUIT, a recording company with a studio in Albuquerque. 

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