Guelph Poetry Slam FINALS!

Guelph poets have been inspiring the people of the country for the entire year; slamming, features, you name it! It is now time to retire the Guelph Poetry Slam team that national title and crown new poetic champions!

The slam will also include a fabulous feature set by Amai Kuda and Y Josephine.

When: Saturday, February 18 at 7pm
Where: Guelph Art Gallery, 358 Gordon St *accessible venue
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Don’t wait until the last minute, last year we had to turn people away at the door. Get your tickets online today!

COMPETING POETS: Danielle, Eitan Gallant, Elise, Fira, Patrick Kelly, Macer and Truth Is…

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About the Feature:

Amai Kuda and Y Josephine are singer/songwriters, percussionists, community activists and educators who live in a caravan in the country part-time. They believe in the power of music to heal and change the world, and towards this end they have created their own brand of music called AfroSoul.

The Writing Womb

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Monday February 13, 20 and 27 from 7-9:30pm at the Common Cafe, Wilson St.
This is an accessible space with gender neutral washrooms.

The Writing Womb is a weekly, by-donation intentional writing space facilitated by Guelph Spoken Word.

If you need somewhere to write, to be a part of the writing community, quietly do other work, or just hang out and feel the creative juices palpably flowing, come on in.

Bring your laptop, notebook, script, scribbles, homework – whatever you want to work with. There will be a list of prompts posted if you’d like them and you are welcome to come and leave whenever you’d like.

THE PLAN: 1-hour, dedicated writing sessions followed by a 10-15 minute break where you can stand, chat, or continue to work (please be respectful if someone you really want to talk to seems focused on their work during the ‘break’).

Please sign up online for all date slots if you can – the purpose of this space is to help develop a regular writing commitment.