A few weeks ago the very hardy poets of Our Flow is Hard met at Mill Ruins Park for an early morning poetry performance, their contribution to Potluck Supper with Projects to Follow. We’d rescheduled their project due to threat of snow just a week earlier. The snow never came, and as luck…
The Bird Pollen Reading Was So Radiant
Have you heard? We’ll be laying an egg this Saturday at the aptly named Fox Egg Gallery. BYO beer, wine and bird seed. RSVP on Facebook!
WHEN: Tuesday, November 5th at 8:30AM
WHERE: Mill Ruins Park, near the downtown end of the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis
DETAILS: An early morning performance / poetry reading on election day, using semaphore flags. Some participation. Grab coffee, come join us.
After we plant the roots, we’ll fan our flags.
When Coffee House Press approached us about helping to organize a participatory project around the launch of Andy Sturdevant’s book, we were excited, and not just because we love Coffee House Press, and books, and organizing artist projects. Since closing the curtain on Salon Saloon (at…
v. excited to be a part of this.
ROOT ROOT ROOT for THE WHOLE GLEAN.
THE CITIZEN FIELDFACE READING
Friday, October 4th at 7PM
Nomad World Pub
Carrie Lorig, Russ Woods, Jeannette Gomes, and Daniela Olszewska
so // she planted [you] trees in these sentences
Wear Anne Blonstein's dress at tonight’s reading.
We’ll gif you.
Our Flow is Hard was invited by Sierra DeMulder to participate in a Paper Darts Pop Up called BANG BANG POETRY. Our Flow is Hard was blown into glass bits by the talent and the love and sweat smells and mouths unable to stop MMMHMMMINGGG. Thank you Sierra and Paper Darts.
(Photos: Khary Jackson, Flows Kristin and Jen, Keno Khonsu Evol, Plastic Horse, Tish Jones)