Friday, September 21, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
508 S. Main Street, downtown Moscow
This spectacular performance poetry event celebrating the "other F-word" -- FEMINISM -- featured a number of local spoken word artists and performers showcasing a wide variety of original poetry.
Thanks to generous donations from supportive and committed patrons of the arts, we were able to offer this event completely free to all students with valid student ID! Over 150 people attended the event, which highlighted the talents of a diverse number of local poets and activists, including:
Toluwani Adekunle Oops, the F-Word Again
Kate Burns City Dreams
Hannah Chessin rise
Traci Craig Sounds Like
and What I Did Today
Cassie Hiddleson Deserve Better
Syddah Jane My Sister, I Am Sorry
The Fabulous Jakelyne When You Call Me “Sir”
and A Short letter to Cis-heteros
Kamella Kafiyeva One in the Same
Julia Keleher Rebellion and Tofu
; Like, You Know, Whatever: Who Really Cares About the Tiny Mouse About to be Eaten by the Hungry Cat?
; and Cement Never Rots Away
Jameson Kelley HomeTown
Joseph Melior Is History Her Story?
Alexandra Pfeiffer We Are Done
and Hips Like Weapons
Jackie Sandmeyer New Beginnings
Megan Wilson Sandra Fluke, Iʼm a Slut, Too
Due to the success of the event, the Women's Center plans to make this an annual program! Whether you're an aspiring or seasoned poet, if you'd like to receive a Save the Date for the Fall 2013 "F-Word Live" event, please contact Lysa Salsbury, Coordinator for Women's Center Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Spoken Word
Spoken word is a form of performance poetry that often uses alliterated prose or verse and occasionally, metered verse, to express social commentary. Traditionally, it is in the first person, is from the poet’s point of view, and is themed in current events.
Feminist Spoken Word Artists We Love