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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Hot Poetry in the Park

Monday, May 17, 7pm
Carrie Rudzinski, April Ranger and Terryl Wheat
Host: Rebecca Morrison
Fremont Park
(between 15th and 16th Street and Q and P Street)

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Carrie Rudzinski is a believer, kitten wrestler, performance poet, and fervent adventurer. Named "Best Female Poet" at the 2008 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational, her work is unapologetically honest and surreal.
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April Ranger is perhaps best known in Boston as the winner of Emerson College's Nicole DusFresne Playwriting award, but she became an almost instant Cambridge favorite when she began reading regularly on the Cantab open mic. Since day one, her vivid, original imagery has been eliciting longing sighs from our audience, making her the local master of the Oh-I-Wish-I-Had-Written-That poem.
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Terryl is a performance poet who has been performing (sometimes at the edge of rapture, sometimes mightily ticked off) her poetry and the work of others in the Sacramento area for many years.

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