Here's info on an upcoming in-person event in Michigan, USA that will feature poets reading about, among other things, poems that nurture the body:
Feed Me! A Word Feast
Friday, June 11 | 7 – 8:30 pm
The Glen Arbor Arts Center hosts Feed Me!, an evening of poetry and prose about feeding the mind, body and spirit, on Friday, June 11, 7 pm. Feed Me! is part of the Glen Arbor Arts Center’s exhibition Food Is Art/Art Is Food, which runs May 28 – August 19 in the GAAC gallery. The event is free and open to the public.
Poets and writers will performed or read their work outdoors before a live audience at the GAAC, 6031 S. Lake St. Glen Arbor. Each writer may read up to five minutes. No pre-registration is required. Poets will be added to the evening’s readers list on a first-come basis.
Feed Me! is open to all writers and poets, both children and adults, of any experience or skill level. Poems may be the work of one author or a team of writers working in any genre: poetry or prose, free verse, traditional verse, haiku, rap, beat or other experimental forms. Both previously published and unpublished work is welcome. Feed Me! is a family-friendly event. Participants are asked to share work that is consistent with the temperament of this event.
To read more about the Food Is Art/Art Is Food exhibition, go to GlenArborArt.org/Exhibits.
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