Monday April 23rd! QUEEN G vists the Gerund! Plus! Prompt & Circumstance Challenge!

POETRY FEATURE: Dedicated to her craft, QUEEN G is a multi-faceted writer and performer. Utilizing her strong background in the arts, she  has spent years performing all over the North East, engaging diverse audiences on a variety of platforms. She is the winner of  the 7 Hills Invitational Slam, and represented 7 Hills at the 2016 National Poetry Slam in Decatur, GA and at the 2017 Women of the World Poetry Slam in Dallas, TX. Her work is honest, heartfelt, and transcendent. She uses her affinity for words on and off the stage, lending her vocals to Blue Seat Studios as a voice actor (for clients such as Scholastic and Big Picture Learning). She has constructed countless written pieces, ranging from poetry, songs, and other creative writings to articles, press releases, biographies, and more. Her professionalism and passion present her as a skilled writing consultant. She has a strong background in community development and education. She has worked both domestically and internationally, with over 12 years experience in coordinating, workshop facilitation, public speaking and presentations.  check out more work at http://www.queengpoetry.com

BONUS RUCKUS: Return of the “PROMPT & CIRCUMSTANCE” Challenge – Several gerunders will receive a prompt at the beginning of the show. Twist is, the prompt will also be the surface on which you must write on. Whoever delivers the best brand new poem will receive a prize! Join us for music, visual arts, snacks, open mic and more! This Monday!

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