Fayetteville slam poet, author and environmentalist Isla Osiris (they / they) on Wednesday night at Kollective Coffee + Tea, 110 Central Ave.
The regular open mic session for all poets, musicians and storytellers begins today at 6 ፡ 30. The Osiris feature set starts at 7 ፡ 15, followed by another round of open microphones. Admission is free and open to all ages. Everyone is welcome.
“All those born in Oregon and living in California, Nevada, Hawaii and Australia under the age of 12 are living in communities and the lives of poets,” the news release said.
“Looks like I’m writing a poem until I can connect points. My mother said when I was 3 years old I asked her to write lines for me! I came to my school and began to write poetry while performing. It has not stopped since then. ”
Osiris On December 25, 2020, he published his first book, Statistics Between Layers, a book of poems as well as a series of magazine questions, artistic incentives, blank pages, and mantras.
“My poems in Statistics begin between the layers at the age of 16 and are instead homosexual, after learning from society that the value of being born with a uterus is only sexual and mechanical. In the second half I became very proud. A book that discusses difficult topics: I use poetry to compose my poetry and my way of finding hope and turning some of my pain into fertile soil. It can be frustrating to see how we feel.
“On Wednesday night, I heard for the first time that’sIs performed in person at a New York concert venue, described by Little Rock’s author Monica Clark-Robinson. They are full of humanity. This should be fun as we celebrate National Poetry Month, “said WNP host Kai Coggin in the release.
This week marks the opening of a series of 1,734 episodes on Wednesday, February 1, 1989, in Downtown Hot Spring. “WNP is the longest-running weekly open series in the country. Please email us more information about WNP in its recent mission to promote arts awareness in partnership with Arkansas Arts. [email protected]”Said the release.