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Live Poetry is Better!

At a cool new bookstore (if you can believe there’s such a thing) in Oak Cliff, a small band of poets has made its home. Once a month, on a  Saturday afternoon, you’ll find us there, delivering our best work and sharing old favorites. Poetry on the page is a fine thing, but it belongs more in the air of a public space, calling people together.

If you missed us last month, may this little gallery of photos and videos move you to make it next time:

September 20, 3:00 PM
The Wild Detectives
314 W 8th St.
Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas


Adam Cooper reads “A Traveler’s Tale from a Country with No Ground”


Amos Hunt reads “Asphalt Pastoral”


Tom Farris:

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Serena Howe:

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and Jeremiah Chichester:

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Hope to see you on September 20!

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