Fall Spoken-Word Events

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Jus’ Words
Thursdays, 9pm. $5. Dowling’s Palace, 1310 N. Broad St. 215.236.9888. dowlingspalace.com

Open Mic and Poetry Slam
Fridays in October, 8pm. InFusion A Coffee and Tea Gallery, 7133 Germantown Ave. 215.248.1718. infusioncoffeeandtea.com

The Harvest: Spoken Soul 215 Open Mic
Oct. 25 and Nov. 30, 8pm. $10-$12. World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St. worldcafelive.com

The Women’s Writing & Spoken Word Series
Every third Wednesday, 7pm. $5. Moonstone Arts Center, 110A S. 13th St. womenswritingseries.org

The Art of Conversation
Oct. 3 and Nov. 7, 8pm. $7-$10. The Arts Garage, 1533 Ridge Ave. 443.567.0717. poetry247.com/aocphilly

Philadelphia Revival
Oct. 8, 7-10pm. $15. Space Is The Place, 1319 South St.

Voices in Power “We Are Only Heard If We Speak”
Oct. 16, 7pm. $5. HeadHouse Lounge, 122 Lombard St. voicesinpower.com

Word of Mouth
Oct 29, 3:30-6:30pm. $10. 7165 Lounge, 7165 Germantown Ave. 267.571.9578. voicesinpower.com

Panoramic Poetry
Second and Third Friday of each month, 7:30pm. $10. October Gallery, 6353 Greene St. octobergallery.com

First Person StorySlams
Oct. 10, 8:30pm. $10. “Close Calls.” World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St. 215.222.1400. firstpersonarts.org

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1. Anonymous said... on May 21, 2012 at 11:55PM

“We are seeking the best Spoken Word Artists in America.

Chicago’s Black Business Network’s 1st Annual Video Poetry Challenge
Launching - May 21, 2012.
Submission Deadline - December 1, 2012.
Winners Announced – December 26, 2012.


Chicago’s Black Business Network is getting ready to bring on the summer and fall of 2012 with some exciting news for spoken word artists all over the country.

Get heard. Be seen. And, get paid.

Spoken word artists everywhere, this is your time. Whether you are new to this genre, but you’re really feeling what you are doing or old school and think you got what it takes to take home the prize, you got to get in the game.

Nothing complicated about it.

1) Join Chicago’s Black Business Network. http://www.ChicagosBlackBusinessNetwork.com

2) Complete the entry process by paying the entry fee.

3) Upload your video to the video section on the Chicago’s Black Business Network website.

4) Invite friends, family, strangers, even people that you don’t rea”

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