“Rimes of The Ancient Mariner,” An exciting monthly “Spoken Word” Open Mic venue for Performance Poets, Writers, Monologists Memoirists, Barroom Bards, and Storytellers.
Curated and hosted by
Phillip Giambri a.k.a "The Ancient Mariner" .
@Three of Cups Lounge 83 First Avenue @ 5th. Street, NY NY 10003 6:00pm - Open Mic signup Fifteen Open Mic slots plus four featured performers. Curtain up at 6:30pm SHARP 21 and over only $7 Admission
Subways: F to Second Avenue B, D, F, M, to Broadway-Lafayette 6 to Bleecker Street
Featured "Silver Tongued Devils" for
Wednesday August 26, 2015
Patricia Carragon loves cupcakes, chocolate, cats, haiku, and the borough of Brooklyn. Her publications credits include BigCityLit, CLWN WR, Clockwise Cat, Danse Macabre, Home Planet News, Inertia, Lips, Levure littéraire, Long Island Quarterly, Mad Hatters’ Review, The Toronto Quarterly, Word Salad, and others. She is the author of Journey to the Center of My Mind (Rogue Scholars Press, 2005) and Urban Haiku and More (Fierce Grace Press, 2010). She hosts the Brooklyn-based Brownstone Poets and is the editor-in-chief of its annual anthology. Patricia is a member of Brevitas, a group fiercely dedicated to short poems. For more information, please check out her websites: http://brownstonepoets.blogspot.com/ and at http://patriciacarragon8.wordpress.com/.
L. R. Laverde-Hansen received his BA from Concordia College. Among his various literary endeavors, he’s completed three plays. One of them, Kill The Beast, was performed in NYC in June of 2007. He proudly says seeing actors read his words before a live audience was the most intense creative experience of his adult life and claims he almost “died of joy” right there. He’s now working on an epic Shakespearean Historical drama titled Charles XII, King of Sweden. This play has more than thirty-speaking roles, runs over a hundred pages, and will make Kill The Beast seem like a walk in the park. His only comment on this upcoming work is, “What can I say? Artists are crazy.” He’ll try to premiere a staged reading next winter.
Rachel Therres is a poet, artist, educator, and would eat ice cream every day of the year if she could. Her poetry is breaking into her most silent places, both terrifying and freeing. She co-organizes for both Suffern Poetry and NYC Urbana slam. 2015 will mark her third year competing at the National Poetry Slam. Her core beliefs are that poetry saves lives and that joy is found in mint tins filled with watercolor paint. She is a Baltimore girl in a New York world. Photo by Mike Geffner
Peter Blaxill is a retired theater professional, having worked on both sides of the footlights. As an actor he has appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-Off Broadway. The Kennedy Center in DC, extensively in Regional Theater, Summer Stock, you name it. He studied poetry with William Packard, Pearl London, Colette Inez, David Trinidad, and several others. He’s been featured in the poetry scene around town at The Cornelia Street Cafe, Su Polo's Saturn series, Mike Graves's Phoenix Series, and has been an Open-Mic Gypsy at Rimes of The Ancient Mariner for many months now. His poetry can be found in the Riverside Anthology, The Jefferson Market Anthology, and he has had poems published in The New York Quarterly.
Produced and Hosted by Phillip Giambri a.k.a “The Ancient Mariner Associate Producer: Anthony Murphy House Manager: Russell Atwood For information, contact: PhillipGiambri@gmail.com