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Anthology Fanzine: Phoenix poetry events – Bill Campana, Open Mic for Censorship in September September 10, 2008

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The Literary Email List for Phoenix
September 8th, 2008
http://www.anthology.org

Bill Campana Live September 27th
Bill Campana is revered Nationwide for his poetry, and professional slam poets across the nation cite Bill’s work and influence. We here in the Valley are fortunate enough to have him live here, write here, and express here.

Opening up for Bill are The Klute, just returned from his appearence at the 2008 National Poetry Slam and Patrick Hare, member of several Mesa National Poetry Slam Teams himself, and absolutely hilarious.

The Mesa Arts Center Website is: http://www.mesaartscenter.com/main.a spx
The Box Office Phone Number is: 480.644.6500
The Address is 1 E Main St, Mesa, AZ, 85211

Anthology Presents Feature/Open Mic for Censorship on September 26th
Join us Friday, September 27th at 7PM at the Phoenix Bookman’s, 8034 N. 19th Ave., Phoenix, AZ, (602) 433-0255 for a special poetry feature about censorship. The show starts at 7PM, and you are sure to hear something that will make you think.

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Anthology Fanzine
The Literary Email List for Phoenix

Anthology’s mission is to promote performance poetry and associated literary arts in the greater Phoenix community by providing opportunities for artists to perform their work and by making spokenword arts accessible to a diverse audience.”

http://www.anthology.org

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