The Next Experiment: Poetry Lab

Poetry Lab DIVE  into the petri dish and join us in the Poetry lab. Poetry labs take place the first Friday of each month. Our goal is to develop a black box experience that features poetry amidst art, music and multi-media for a broader poetic experience.

The Soundry’s Poetry Lab will feature individual poets the next few months as the Poetry Lab develops. Show up to hear some original poetry and be part of the experiment!

Poetry Labs are hosted by Mad Scientist. Stevenallenmay, poet and President of Plan B Press.

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April 1st Lab:

Maureen Thorson and Jim Warner are the features, followed by an open.

Maureen Thorson’s first book of poetry, Applies to Oranges, is
available from Ugly Duckling Press. She is also the author of a
number of chapbooks, including Twenty Questions for the Drunken Sailor(dusie/flynpyntar press 2009) and Mayport (Poetry Society of America 2006). She lives in Washington, DC, where she co-curates the In Your Ear reading series at the DC Arts Center in Adams-Morgan neighborhood of Washington DC.

Jim Warner is the author of two poetry collections Too Bad It’s Poetry and Social Studies (Paper Kite Press). His poetry has appeared in Word Riot, The HazMat Review, Drunken Boat, Cause and Effect, In The Arms of Words: Poetry for Disaster Relief (Sherman-Asher), and various other journals. Jim is currently the Assistant Director of Graduate Creative Writing Programs at Wilkes University.