Open Heart Poetry Featuring Paul Corman-Roberts

July 13, 2012

Open Heart Poetry

OHP is a weekly gathering to celebrate poetry and spoken word. Enjoy select teas and organic, vegan, gluten-free cuisine in an antique ambiance. Bring an open heart and mind, and some words to share. There are no restrictions on content or style, but please keep it to under five minutes, and keep the volume to a suitable level for the neighbors upstairs.

This week’s feature: Paul Corman-Roberts is co-founder of the Beast Crawl festival and writes the monthly online column “Dispatches from Atlantis.” He is the author of “Neocom(muter)” and the forthcoming flash fiction collection “Sometimes You Invent New Words For Old Losses” both from Tainted Coffee Press.

Open Heart Poetry
Every Monday from 7-10pm

7:00-7:30pm Open Mic
7:30-8:00pm Featured Poet(s)
8pm-10pm Open Mic

Hosted by J de Salvo
Founded by oshan anand


$5 minimum for tea or food

at Om Shan Tea, an urban tea oasis
233 14th St, at Natoma St, San Francisco, CA
between Mission & South Van Ness
3 blocks from 16th/Mission BART

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