While we are in transition and continuing our search for a stable home base, we will continue to produce events with some of our neighborhood partners! We are happy to be partnering with the Flow Shala yoga studio to present many of our events in the coming months ~
This AltLib Popup Series will run through the Fall/Winter, presenting roving events to continue supporting expansive art projects and dig deep for uncommon cultural exchanges, while we search for a new space to ground our collective. If you're interested in setting up a show with us, please read our booking page and send us an e-mail.
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Poetry Showcase: ATL Slam!
February 23, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Featuring Atlanta, GA based slam poets on tour!
**Nobody Likes Us But We’re Here Anyways**
Nate Mask and Ryan J are Atlanta-based spoken word artists. They are tolerated in their local scene because their poems are somewhat entertaining, but nobody actually likes either of them. Their work touches on topics ranging from the struggle of deconstructing masculinity, learning to exist in a world that looks down on blackness, relationships, mental health to driving in Atlanta traffic. Despite their differences in approach and personality, their dynamic as a team somehow works, as Ryan actually enjoys talking to people, and Nate always comes through in the clutch, and opens tough jars for Ryan.
and local poets:
Robert Lashley is a 2016 Jack Straw Fellow, Artist Trust Fellow, and nominee for a Stranger Genius Award, Robert Lashley has had poems published in Feminete, Seattle Review Of Books, NAILED, GRAMMA, and The Cascadia Review. His first full-length book: The Homeboy Songs, was published by Small Doggies press in April 2014. His new book, Up South, was published in March of 2017.
**Dee Dee Chapman**
Dee Dee Chapman received her BA in Creative Writing at Western Washington University in 2016. She has been published in The Noisy Water Review, Sweet Tree Review, and Wallpaper Magazine. In September 2014 she self published her first chapbook, Colluvium, whose title poem received a 2017 Walk Award from the Sue C. Boynton Poetry Contest. She’s the Editor of Nine Lives Later: a Dead Cat Anthology, released in November 2017.
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