When there’s so much good writing in the area, we hate to miss any of it. So, we decided not to take the summer off. This past Sunday proved we made the right decision, as two new readers and seven old favorites took to the Speak Easy stage and delighted the Cheshire crowd with a mix of poetry and prose.
Next Up: It’ll be another open-topic Speak Easy on Sunday, August 12, featuring nine more great local writers. Get your tickets now before they’re gone!
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Lineup for Speak Easy No. 19, Sunday 7/22/2018, at Cheshire: Where I Was from Bids Goodbye to All That — Nadia Ghent Them from Aliens Like Us — Karen Faris Birthright or The Fix: Pedigree Two Ways — Evvy Fanning The Art of Feigning Anthropology — Victor Kogan Snooze — Scott Seifritz Romulus — Robert Shelton 269 Garson Avenue — Erica Bryant Her Rabid Glow — David Holloway New Sprouts in the Garden — Ash’er Phillips
Special Thanks to Jamie McFarland for Photography!