Posted by: shorelineclusterpoets/NE Fowl | February 5, 2012

Connecticut Poetry Events: Feb. 5 – 15

Take a look at these poetry events around the state. Remember, we have a meeting this week on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Madison Library.

***POETRY IN CONNECTICUT***

**FEBRUARY 5 (Sunday)**

*1:15 PM (Doors open at 1:00 PM)
TRYOUT FOR ONEWORD CT/ CT NATIONAL POETRY YOUTH SLAM TEAM 2012
Best Video
1842 Whitney Ave., Hamden

If you are a poet between the ages of 13 and 19, you’re eligible to try out for the 2012 team!! You should prepare at least 3 poems (no longer than 3 minutes each). And we also need audience and judges so come on out and support this talented young group of poets! If the weather is in question check on http://www.upwordspoetry.com by 10am on Sunday. Any other questions to upwordspoetry@earthlink.net The FINALS will be on Sunday, February 19th at The Bushnell in Hartford, from 1 to 4pm! More info: http://www.upwordspoetry.com ; www.hereisakiss.wordpress.com

*2:00 PM
POETRY ON THE LINE
Windsor Art Center
40 Mechanic St., Windsor

Reading & book-signing featuring PHYLLIS BECK KATZ and SUZANNE LEVINE. Music TBA. A reception follows. More info: call 860.217.0023 or see http://www.windsorartcenter.org.

**FEBRUARY 6 (Monday)**

*6:30 – 8:30 PM (Open mic begins the evening; sign up before 6:30)GOTPOETRY LIVE II
Cafemantic
948 Main Street, Willimantic
Suggested donation: $3.00
Ongoing: monthly, first Monday (second Monday in September; no poetry in January)

Feature: DUENDE PROJECT (Tony Brown and Faro). More info on the GotPoetry Live II-Willi Facebook page:http://www.facebook.com/groups/200853703275465?ap=1

*8:00 PM (start) 7:30 PM (sign up)
ANYTHING GOES!
The Buttonwood Tree
605 Main Street, Middletown
$3.00 – $5.00 suggested donation
Ongoing: every Monday

CALLING ALL POETS, MUSICIANS… The World’s a stage … the mic is OPEN! This Open Mic is for YOU – the budding artist. Showcase your talents, nurture them with this supportive group. Recite a poem, sing a song, dance,
read some spoken word, the microphone is yours for the asking. Community spirit prevails. We have congas and a piano or BYO instrument. Ends around 9:30 – 10. Refreshments available. More info: thebuttonwoodtree@gmail.comhttp://www.buttonwood.org;(860) 347-4957.

*8:00 – 10:00 PM (end time is approximate)
BEAT POETRY OPEN MIKE AT LAS VETAS LOUNGE
Las Vetas Lounge
1462 Post Road, Fairfield
Ongoing: every Monday

More info: (203) 255-1958.

*9:00 PM 
BEATNIK 2000
Café 9
250 State Street, New Haven
No Cover. Hosted by Ed Leonard.
Ongoing: every Monday

Music and poetry every Monday night. More info: http://www.cafenine.com/schedule.html (203) 789-8281.

*9:00 PM – 12:00 AM
THE LOVE JONES  EXPERIENCE
The Russell
103 Pratt Street, Hartford
$5 Cover starting at 7:30 PM; Live DJ
Hosted by Darlene Brandon-Scott
Ongoing: every Monday

Poetry & Jam Session. Bring your poems and instruments to our spoken word 
and song event. All poets welcome. Amateurs welcome and encouraged to 
perform. More info: http://www.therussellct.com/events.php

**FEBRUARY 7 (Tuesday)**

*7:00 PM
FIRST TUESDAY POETRY
Broad Street Books
45 Broad Street, Middletown
FREE. Hosted by Michael Ramsey or Guest Host
Ongoing: monthly, first Tuesday, (no reading in January; September’s reading is on the second Tuesday). Open Mike after feature.

Feature: C.C. ARSHAGRA. Come help us welcome the poet to the store and share some of your own poetry too! More info: call Michael at Broad Street Books (860) 685-7323.

*7:00 – 9:00 PM
SHORELINE CLUSTER POETS
Scranton Library
801 Boston Post Road, Madison
Ongoing: monthly, first and third Tuesdays
Shoreline Cluster Poets meets first and third Tuesday of each month at Scranton Library. More info: contact Rudy Sturk atscpoets@yahoo.com or (203) 245-7365.

*7:30 PM
POEMALLEY
Curley’s Diner
62 West Park Place, Stamford
Ongoing: every Tuesday

Read poetry, discuss writing and other topics of interest. More info: (203) 327-3716; ayarmal@earthlink.net.

**FEBRUARY 8 (Wednesday)**

*7:30 PM
GOOD COMPANY with Howard Abhay Banow
Studio 59
59 Barber Street, Torrington
Admission: $15 at the door; $12 prepaid (4 for $45)
Ongoing: every Wednesday

Meditation Relaxation Sessions sun meditation. Take time out to unwind and relax in the Good Company of HOWARD ABHAY BANOW, who brings his own songs and poems, guitar and drums, favorite lines of others’ mystical poetry, and wealth of experience as a teacher of meditation to this gathering. He invites you to bring your
voices and ears, so we can create together the
atmosphere of satsangha – good company. Let go and tune in to a deeper part of your inner Self. Whatever your spiritual Path, you are welcome. RSVP and more info: 860-482-6801.

*9:00 PM
POETZ REALM IN BRIDGEPORT
Bridgeport Innovation Center – Gallery 1212
955 Connecticut Avenue, Bridgeport
Admission is $5 for regular patrons and $3 to rock the open mike.
Hosted by Ernel Grant, Founder/CEO.
Ongoing: twice monthly, second and fourth Wednesdays

Feature: TBA. Poetz Realm is not just a physical location where artists can get together and share in their artistry. Poetz Realm also provides web services such as a social
networking community which allows its members to network; upload videos, pictures, and music; chat; post poetry and written work; and much more. whether it be in the form of spoken word, poetry, emceeing, singing, or simply verbal expression, Poetz Realm is the place to be. More info: http://www.poetzrealm.com.

**FEBRUARY 9 (Thursday)**

*4:30 – 6:30 PM
ALLAN K. SMITH READING SERIES: CT STUDENT POETS
Trinity College (Smith House Reese Room)
123 Vernon St., Hartford
FREE.

The Connecticut Poetry Circuit Student Poets recently announced their 2011-12 student winners. Five students in state were selected, and will read their work as part of a state tour. Features: LESLIE AHLSTRAND, ANDREA AMULIC, JARED COFFIN, JEMEL NEJAIME, and FELICITY SHEEHY. The Connecticut Poetry Circuit was established in 1968.  In addition to acknowledging the work of one outstanding established poet per year, a panel of judges representing the Circuit selects five student poets from
colleges across the state to participate in a series of readings. The work of the winners of this
prestigious competition is also published in Connecticut Review. The reading will be followed by a reception. More info:http://b28.cc.trincoll.edu/PublicMasterCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?data=hHr80o3M7J7wmBjsuiWIyaWtC2I7Zy4PcYXV%2bVwtjLoRmKLcza5i2UgFoYm%2fEe8L or contact Christina M. Bolio, Christina.Bolio@trincoll.edu or (860)297-2036.

*5:00 – 8:00 PM
BLUE MONDAY POETS’ SOCIETY
Downtown Gallery, First Floor, New Britain Artists’ Co-Op bldg.
66 West Main St., New Britain
Park on street or in city garage 1/2 block north of gallery on Washington St.–free after 5 PM.)
FREE. Host: Donald Weinman
Ongoing: every Thursday.

Although Donald Weinman’s “Blue Monday Poets’ Society” meets on Thursdays, Weidman is quick to point out that the expression “Blue Monday” is itself a poetic metaphor and no reason why the society should meet on a Monday. As a matter
of
fact, Weinman believes Thursday is a better day. “It gives us time to get over our blue Monday.” Weinman imposes no structure on the group. He anticipates a variety of poets who want to become a part of the communal sharing. All interested poets or those who just want to hear poetry read and recited are welcome.

*6:30 – 9:30 PM
RIVERWOOD POETRY SERIES presents The UNDERWOOD CAFÉ
Wood Memorial Library
783 Main Street, South Windsor
FREE: donations gratefully accepted. Donations of non-perishable foods will also be accepted for the benefit of Amazing Grace Food Pantry, Middletown.
Refreshments. Open mike follows the feature.
Ongoing: monthly, second Thursday
(Sept.-Nov. and Jan.-May.)

Feature: TAD RICHARDS. More info: http://www.riverwoodpoetry.org or Wood Memorial Library http://www.woodmemoriallibrary.org or 860-289-1783.

*7:30 PM – 10:00 PM (starts promptly!)
A THEATRICAL NIGHT OF POETIC ELEGANCE
Casablanca Restaurant (fine Mediterranean cuisine at affordable prices)
834 Federal Rd., Brookfield
Ongoing: twice monthly, second and fourth Thursdays
Host: Ms. Tabú
PRICE: For a limited time, this event will only be charging you with indulging in affordable dinner/drink to support the venue and continuance of this show. Thank you in advance, for your courtesy and for enjoying yourselves 🙂 Dinner Menu:http://www.casablancact.com/dinner.htm

Eloquently seasoned in expressionism, Spoken Word
Artist, Ms. Tabú will put her theatrical “Playhouse Poetess” skills into motion as she sets the night off with one of her special poetic “sets”. As the night proceeds, she will introduce a surprise guest feature to lace the atmosphere with artistry at its finest. Casablanca’s classy, intimate Italian environment specializes in absolutely delectable dishes & beverages, including an assortment of wine. Would you like some tasteful music and poetry with that delicious Italian dish? Just as anticipations of dessert arise, Ms. Tabú will further enchant the audience’s senses with a classic style open mic where tasteful artists will be granted the opportunity to win the heart of an audience with a sweet tooth for elegantly delivered passion! YOU MAY SIGN UP FOR THE OPEN MIC IN ADVANCE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT. SPACES WILL BE LIMITED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. More info: please contact Ms. Tabú.
Phone~203.903.4856; E-mail~BookingMsTabu@gmail.com; Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/MsTabu

*8:00 PM – 9:30 PM
BEAN & LEAF OPEN MIKE POETRY READING
Bean & Leaf Café
13 Washington St.,
New London
Hosted by Ray Cruz or Guest Host
Ongoing: every Thursday

Old poets read, new voices heard in a venue with a killer sound system and 
lots of delicious teas and coffee and pastries. More info: http://www.bean-leaf.com/ or (860) 701-0000.

**FEBRUARY 10 (Friday)**

**FEBRUARY  11 (Saturday)**

*2:00 – 4:00 PM (12:00 – 2:00 PM June – August)
POETRY WORKSHOP
Danbury Library, 2nd floor Conference Room
170 Main Street, Danbury
Ongoing: monthly, second Saturday

Come join the workshop of the Connecticut Poetry Society, Danbury Chapter! Newcomers are always welcome. Share your creative work in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Hone your writing and analytical skills with poets at all levels. We are a mutually supportive group. Discover new approaches, exchange ideas —get published! Bring samples of your work — 1 or 2 poems, with 5 or 6 copies to share. Or just come to listen and respond. More info: Doris at dmh2000@sbcglobal.net.

*7:00 – 9:00 PM
POETRY SLAM
Hygienic Gallery
79 Bank Street, New London

The poets are back and ready to bring the fire! Beginning with the annual open mic, poets of all flavors will grace the stage before the slam competition which promises to be a battle ‘til the last voice falls silent. Come to listen and get in on the act: all judges will be selected from the audience. Cash prizes for first, second and third place in the slam. Show up to sign up. Space is limited! More info:  contact the Hygienic Gallery at 860-443-8001 or http://hygienic.ning.com/ .

**FEBRUARY 12, 2012 (Sunday)**

*2:00 PM
FAIRFIELD AREA POETS
Barnes and Noble Booksellers
1076 Post Road East, Westport (Post Plaza Shopping Center)
Ongoing: monthly, second Sunday

New poets of all ages are welcome to this family-friendly open mic with the
Fairfield Area Poets. More info: contact Frank at frankjchambers@yahoo.com, or call Barnes and Noble: 203-221-7955.
**FEBRUARY 13 (Monday)**

*7:00 PM (sign up starts at 6:00 PM)
OPEN MIC
Huntington Street Cafe
90 Huntington St., Shelton
Ongoing: monthly, second Monday
Hello! My name is Dorothy and I am the owner of Written Words Bookstore in Shelton, CT. We recently partnered with the Huntington Street Cafe in Huntington to offer a location for published and closet poets to gather and share their passion of poetry with open mic readings. Everyone is welcome! Please help spread the word! More info: Dorothy Sim-Broder, Written Words Bookstore, Tel: 203-944-0400; http://www.writtenwordsbookstore.com. Huntington St. Cafe: 203-925-9064; http://huntingtonstreetcafe.com.

*7:00 – 9:00 PM
POETIC MONDAYS
The RiverWalk Restaurant
14 Holmes St., Mystic
Suggested donation: $10. Host: Kate Rushin
Ongoing: monthly, second Monday

Feature: JOHN STANIZZI. Sponsored by Emerson Theater Collaborative. Co-producers: Camilla Ross and Lisa Giordanno. More info: http://www.emersontheatercollaborative.org/.

*7:00 PM
WORDFORGE READING SERIES
The Studio @ Billings Forge
563 Broad Street, Hartford (Park next to Firebox
restaurant or along Broad Street.)
Ongoing: monthly, Sept. – June (except January)

Features: TWO CAPITAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE POETS: ANTOINETTE BRIM and KENNETH DIMAGGIO. Plus OPEN MIKE. More info: http://wfreadings.blogspot.com/.

*7:15 PM
MONDAY NIGHT POETRY
Barnes & Noble Bookstore (Stamford Town Center)
100 Greyrock Place Suite H009, Stamford
Ongoing: monthly, second Monday

Please come and listen to local poets, bring a favorite poem, or read your own at the Open Mike. More info: 203-323-1248.
*8:00 PM (start) 7:30 PM (sign up)
ANYTHING GOES!
The Buttonwood Tree
605 Main Street, Middletown
$3.00 – $5.00 suggested donation
Ongoing: every Monday

CALLING ALL POETS,
MUSICIANS… The World’s a stage … the mic is OPEN! This Open Mic is for YOU – the budding artist. Showcase your talents, nurture them with this supportive group. Recite a poem, sing a song, dance, read some spoken word, the microphone is yours for the asking.
Community spirit prevails. We have congas and a piano or BYO instrument. Ends around 9:30 – 10. Refreshments available. More info: thebuttonwoodtree@gmail.comhttp://www.buttonwood.org;(860) 347-4957.

*8:00 – 10:00 PM (end time is approximate)
BEAT
POETRY OPEN MIKE AT LAS VETAS LOUNGE
Las Vetas Lounge
1462 Post Road, Fairfield
Ongoing: every Monday

More info: (203) 255-1958.

*9:00 PM
BEATNIK 2000
Café 9
250 State Street, New Haven
No Cover. Hosted by Ed Leonard.
Ongoing: every Monday

Music and poetry every Monday night. More info: http://www.cafenine.com/schedule.html (203) 789-8281.

*9:00 PM – 12:00 AM
THE LOVE JONES EXPERIENCE
The Russell
103 Pratt Street, Hartford
$5 Cover starting at 7:30 PM; Live DJ
Hosted by
Darlene Brandon-Scott
Ongoing: every Monday

Poetry & Jam Session. Bring your poems and instruments to our spoken word 
and song event. All poets welcome. Amateurs welcome and encouraged to 
perform. More info: http://www.therussellct.com/events.php

**FEBRUARY 14 (Tuesday)**

*7:30 PM
POEMALLEY
Curley’s Diner
62 West Park Place, Stamford
Ongoing: every Tuesday

Read poetry, discuss writing and other topics of interest. More
 info: (203) 327-3716; ayarmal@earthlink.net

**FEBRUARY 15 (Wednesday)**

*7:00 PM
BREAD BOX FOLK SERIES
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
220 Valley St., Willimantic
Suggested donation $5.00 (for musicians and audience). Hosted by Bruce John.
Ongoing: monthly, third Wednesday

Bread Box Folk Series, Acoustic Artist Showcase (music and spoken word). Light refreshments served. More info: http://www.breadboxfolk.org.

*7:30 PM
GOOD COMPANY with Howard Abhay Banow
Studio 59
59 Barber St., Torrington
Admission: $15 at the door; $12 prepaid (4 for $45)
Ongoing:
every Wednesday

Meditation Relaxation Sessions sun meditation. Take time out to unwind 
and relax in the Good Company of HOWARD ABHAY BANOW, who brings his own 
songs and poems, guitar and drums, favorite lines of others’ mystical 
poetry, and wealth of experience as a teacher of meditation to this gathering. He invites you to bring your
voices and ears, so we can create together the atmosphere of satsangha – good company.
Let go and tune in to a deeper part of your inner Self. Whatever your
spiritual Path, you are welcome. RSVP and more info:
860-482-6801.

**FEBRUARY 16 (Thursday)**

*12:30-2:00 PM
TIME OUT FOR POETRY
Scranton Library, Local History Room
801 Boston Post Road, Madison
FREE. Host: Susannah Graedel.
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday.

Ogden Nash, Robert Frost, William Shakespeare, Dr. Seuss, Emily Dickinson and maybe even the Burma Shave verses will live again, as Madison area residents are invited to share their favorite poems. This informal gathering welcomes those who wish to share two or three short poems, or simply to listen. “Time Out for Poetry” will provide, as Robert Frost defined poetry, “a momentary stay against confusion.” This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Scranton Library. More info: call Susannah Graedel at 203-421-1961.
*5:00 – 8:00 PM
BLUE MONDAY POETS’ SOCIETY
Downtown Gallery, First Floor, New Britain Artists’ Co-Op bldg.
66 West Main St., New Britain (Park on street or in city garage 1/2 block north of gallery on Washington St.–free after 5 PM.)
FREE. Host: Donald Weinman
Ongoing: every Thursday.

Although Donald Weidman’s “Blue Monday Poets’ Society” meets on Thursdays,  Weidman is quick to point out that the expression “Blue Monday” is itself a poetic metaphor and no reason why the society should meet on a Monday. As a matter of fact, Weinman believes Thursday is a better day. “It gives us time to get over our blue Monday.” Weinman imposes no structure on the group. He anticipates a variety of poets who want to become a part of the communal sharing. All interested poets or those who just
want to hear poetry read and recited are welcome.

*7:00 (music); 8:00 – 9:00 PM (reading)
MISHI-MAYA-GAT SPOKEN WORD & MUSIC SEIRES
Great Path Academy, Community Commons (Use Parking Lot B)
Manchester Community College
Great Path (161 Hillstown Road), Manchester
Sponsored by MCC Foundation Annual Fund Campaign. Hosted by Stephen Campiglio.
FREE.
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday (Sept. – May, except Dec.)

Features: CLARE ROSSINI and CIARAN BERRY. Music: 016 NEW MUSIC ENSMBLE. More info: http://www.mcc.commnet.edu/faculty/spoken.php or call (860) 512-2824.

*7:00 (Doors open at 6:30)
THE POETRY INSTITUTE – NEW HAVEN
The Young Men’s Institute Library
847 Chapel St., New Haven
FREE.
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday

Feature: JULIA MORRIS PAUL. Great Poetry in a warm, friendly environment. Open mic precedes feature. Arrive a few minutes early to sign up for the open mic. More info: http://thepoetryinstitute.com.

*7:00 PM
POETRY READING
UCONN, Konover Auditorium
Storrs Heights Rd., Storrs
Feature: SHARA MCCALLUM, Aetna Writer-in-Residence, is the author of four books of poetry, The Face of Water: New & Selected Poems, This Strange Land, Song of Thieves, and The Water Between Us. She is the recipient of a Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, individual artist grants from the Tennessee Arts Commission and other awards. She is Associate Professor of English at Bucknell University, and the Director of the Stadler Center for Poetry. Co-sponsored with the Aetna Chair of Writing. More info: http://creativewriting.uconn.edu/events.html

*7:00 PM
WINTONBURY BRANCH POETRY SERIES & OPEN MIKE
Wintonbury Branch Library
1015 Blue Hills Ave., Bloomfield
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday, Oct.-Apr.
FREE. Refreshments. Hosts: Marilyn Johnston, Tom Nicotera.

Feature: JEAN SANDS and JOHN STANIZZI. An open mike follows the feature. More info: 860-242-0041, http://www.prosserlibrary.info/wintonbury_branch.htm .

*8:00  – 9:30 PM
BEAN & LEAF OPEN MIKE POETRY READING
Bean & Leaf Café
13 Washington St., New London
Hosted by Ray Cruz or Guest Host
Ongoing: every Thursday

Old poets read, new voices heard in a venue with a killer sound system and 
lots of delicious teas and coffee and pastries.
More info: 
http://www.bean-leaf.com/ or (860) 701-0000.

**FEBRUARY 17 (Friday)**

**FEBRUARY 18 (Saturday)**

*2:00 – 4:00 PM
WILTON CHAPTER, CT POETRY SOCIETY MEETING
Wilton Library (Room A; reference desk can direct you)
137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton
Ongoing: monthly, generally the third Saturday, except July and August

Meeting format will be the structured workshop I have held for several prior meetings. participants are expected to be members of (or to join) the Connecticut Poetry Society. Bring one poem and copies of it for the other participants. Poems should be no longer than 2 pages of Times Roman Font 12. Please RSVP to poultney@optonline.net. –Sherman Poultney.
***EVENTS OVER THE BORDER***

**The web site that hosts the calendar version of this newsletter also hosts poetry calendars for several
other states. Check it out!  http://poetz.com/calendars-galore

**Lori Desrosiers lists events in Western
Massachusetts, as well as some CT
 events, every week in her newsletter, “The Poetry News.” Check it out at http://www.poetrynewscalendar.com/

**Dan Wilcox covers the Albany poetry scene and emails events to members of the 
Poetry Motel Foundation Google group. Check out and/or subscribe to the
group at http://groups.google.com/group/poetry-motel-foundation?h1=en

**Dear poets, Allow me to introduce myself.  I am a web designer from Brooklyn and I run the world’s largest open mic website. If you are looking for poetry open mics in NYC, you can now find them here – http://badslava.com/nyc-poetry-mics.htm   Please take one minute to check out my website and let me know what you think. Your main man, Slava

***WORKSHOPS, WRITING PROGRAMS, ETC.***
Editor’s note: Workshops which are part of one-day poetry events and do not require prior registration are listed under “Poetry in Connecticut,” above.

*FEBRUARY 15 (Wednesday)
6:00 – 7:30 PM
New Haven Free Public Library, Main Branch
133 Elm St., New Haven
FREE. Space limited – registration recommended. Free parking available.

Bring your ideas and poems!  Get inspired! Get polished! Workshop is offered in conjunction with the 4th annual New Haven Free Public Library Poetry Contest (Editor’s note: more info on that under “Submit Your Stuff” below.) With GREG SANTOS, author of Tweet Tweet Tweet (Corrupt Press, 2011) and The Emperor’s Sofa (DC Books, 2010). He holds an MFA from The New School. His work has been featured in many literary journals and blogs,  He is the poetry editor of the literary journal pax americana. Greg has taught the art of writing to students of all ages. He was the first Critical Writing Teacher for the Fellowship Program of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas. He has served as “Catch the Creativity” Writing Teacher in partnership with Coop High School, Coop Center for Creativity, Inc., and Dwight Hall at Yale. He has volunteered as a tutor at New Haven Reads since 2007, organizing  weekly creative writing classes for children and teenagers.
More info: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2794515471/?ref=enivtefor&utm_source=eb_email&utm_media=email&utm_compaign=invitefor&utm_term=readmore&invite=MTYwNzgwOS9jdHBvZXRuZXdzQHlhaG9vLmNvbS8w


Responses

  1. Will be out of town this tuesday, should be in on the next meeting.

  2. Too bad I am all the way in hartford.


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